|The Wines of the Rhone (Faber books on wine)|
|by John Livingstone-Learmonth|
In this third edition, the book has been expanded and brought up-to-date to cover all the leading wine growers of the Rhone Valley and added to th...
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Dissolve yeast in sugar water. Pour mix over mashed fruit. Stir. Slice one potato and put on top then add a good handful of old fashioned steel cut ...
Peel some of ... Add the shallots, grapes and white wine. Reduce the ... taste. Slice the monkfish into 1/2-inch thick pieces. Pour the sauce over and serve.
Crush grapes by hand and ... cool, sprinkle yeast on top. Stir in, cover with plastic wrap tied in place with a string. Ferment 14 days, strain and bottle.
Use a big ... gallon size. Mash grapes in jar and ... least 21 days. Strain and put in bottles, dark ones best. This recipe makes just under one gallon.
Heat grapes in water (enough ... or until fermentation has ceased. Stir twice a week. Strain and bottle but do not seal for 3 days. Lay bottles on side.
Mix well and pour into cider jug. Place giant balloon over mouth of jug. Let stand 6 weeks. Balloon rises as wine ferments.
Mix all together. ... string. When balloon inflates and then goes completely down, wine is done. Takes about 2 weeks. (While making, let stand in warm place.)
Mix sugar and other ingredients in jug. Fill the rest of gallon jug within 1 inch of top with warm water and hope the ABLE men don't get you. Stretch ...
Mix well and pour in jug. Fill to jug neck with water. Place balloon over mouth of jug. Set aside for 30 days or until mixture stops working. Balloon ...
Dissolve yeast in 1/2 cup of warm water. Pour all ingredients into a gallon jug. Fill to the neck with warm water. Cap with a balloon. Let stand for ...
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