Video: Making Homemade Wine From Garden Berries
2023 Author: Sebastian Paterson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 20:34
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You can make wine from any berries harvested in your garden or in the forest: red and black currants, raspberries, grapes, irgi, chokeberry, blackberries, cherries. Moreover, this wine can be stored for a very long time, more than one year, while becoming tastier and stronger.
First, we prepare a starter culture from 2 cups of raspberries, 1 cup of cold boiled water and 0.5 cups of sugar. The leaven costs 2-3 days. Then pour 4 kg of any berries with 800 g of water, add the sourdough and keep for another 1-2 days.
After that we squeeze the berries and get juice, which we dilute with boiled chilled water at the rate of 1 liter of water per 1 liter of juice. Add 500 g of sugar.
After three days, add another 50 g of sugar for each liter of juice. On the 7th day - another 50 g of sugar; on the 10th day, add the last portion of sugar - also 50 g of sugar for each liter. We seal the jar.
After 3-4 weeks, we take the tube and create a water seal: we put one end of the tube into a jar of wine (but not into wine), the other into a jar of water (into water) to remove gases during fermentation.
After another 2-3 weeks, the wine will be ready, pour it into bottles, cork them tightly and take it to storage in a cellar or another cool dark place.
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The main and most important rule when making homemade fruit and berry wines ( not tinctures ) lies in the fact that when preparing berries, they cannot be washed, because it is on the surface of their skin that yeast is located, which causes the fermentation process. Accordingly, it is worth making wine only from those berries and fruits that grow in your garden, and in which you are sure ( that they were not sprayed with chemicals, etc. )
If gardeners have a large volume of unused berries, then it is quite possible to make homemade wines from them, and various - dessert, semi-sweet, dry - depending on the tastes and preferences of the manufacturers. And if you also take into account that the drinks currently available on the sale, affordable, are far from natural, then, of course, it makes sense to prepare your own natural wines instead of shoveling your crops into compost pits, especially in good years
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