|Which Wine Is In Your Glass|
|by Chris Losh|
Just about everyone loves drinking wine. Whether it's a chilled Chardonnay in front of the telly, a big fruity red with Sunday lunch or a glass of...
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Results 1 - 9 of 9 for gallon grape wine
Combine orange juice, ... pitcher. Stir. Add wine. Cover and ... into bowl, add grapes and melon balls. ... to bowl. Add ice. Serve with ladle. Serves 12.
Add some water; shake until sugar dissolves. Add water to shoulder of jar. Put balloon on jar top. Age 21 days (balloon will blow up by ...
Let fruit and ... amount. To each gallon of juice, add ... Fermentation is complete when mixture no longer bubbles, approximately 2 weeks. Pour into jars.
Mix juice, yeast, ... pourable. Pour in gallon jug. Add water ... and shake. Remove cap and attach balloon with rubber band. Put in cool place for 3 weeks.
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 ...
Use a big ... jar - 1 gallon size. Mash grapes in jar and ... 21 days. Strain and put in bottles, dark ones best. This recipe makes just under one gallon.
In a medium ... in a 1 gallon container. Add sufficient ... necessary. Makes 1 gallon. NOTE: Excellent served hot at Christmas or cold with an ice ring in summer.
Clean and wash grapes, remove stems, ... and add 3 gallons of water and ... siphon out the wine and strain through ... it should be ready for Christmas.
Mix sugar, yeast and juice. Put in gallon jug with small ... around balloon to hold it tight.) Set aside for 3 to 4 weeks. Ready when balloon goes down.
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