www.wandillawine.com The secondary fermenters under the stairs.
More on homemadewine.com where I’ve detailed specific equipment and supplies you’ll need for making wine at home. This video is of one batch of Cabernet I’d made at home and you get to meet my dad virtually who is enjoying the glass of finished product in this video! The bubbling, fermenting wine is called “must” and seems to sing and makes my kitchen smell incredible! Video Rating: 0 / 5
How to make wine. Easy steps to making wine at home that tastes as good as any store bought wine. Part of my Easy Home Brewing series. Purchase home brew supplies here: www.highgravitybrew.com Video Rating: 4 / 5
www.wandillawine.com Two batches of wine, six gallons each fermenting in the closet under our stairs. Complete steps of making wine easy and cheap will posted in a series of videos. These two batches are a Cabernet Merlot blend and a Pinot Grigio. These wines are made from wine kits.
In the second part of the wine making series, we learn the importance of racking your wine into a second container once your wine has been fermenting for a week or so. Richard covers all the important points, to help you get the very best out of your wine kit. Video Rating: 4 / 5
www.wandillawine.com The primary fermentation is complete. We’ve brought the primary fermentation bucket out from under the stairs and will rack (transfer) the wine to carboys for the secondary fermentation. Video Rating: 4 / 5