|by Gerard Basset|
For those who can barely tell a red wine from a rose or a sauvignon from a sancerre, this book starts with the very basics.
Tip: Try grape juice wine for more results.
Results 1 - 10 of 10 for welchs grape juice wine
Combine and use ... in lieu of wines called for in ... tea to the grape juice. Serve lightly ... an interesting flavor associated with some claret wines.
Combine ingredients in a large punch bowl. Stir together. Add in 1 half gallon vanilla ice cream, let float whole. Spoon in chunks 1 quart orange ...
Mix yeast and ... Add cranberry and grape juice and mix well. ... degrees F. As wine works the balloon ... natural sugar in that order. Experiment and enjoy!
Mix some hot ... until dissolved. Add juice then water to ... set for 1 month. Siphon into another bottle being careful not to get junk on bottom of jug.
Mix sugar and ... jug. Add thawed grape juice and add water ... working stops, let stand a couple of days to settle. Siphon off leaving sediment in jug.
Dissolve sugar in ... long neck. Add grape juice, fill jug ... off with piece of rubber tubing, being careful not to disturb the settlings in the bottom.
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 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.)
Pour into glass gallon jug. Stir well and make sure that yeast is dissolved. Stretch large balloon (was 10-cent size, but now probably 25-cent size) ...
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