Video: Making Homemade Wine From Garden Berries
And here is another recipe.
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.