Using Concentrated Fruit Juice in Homemade Wine

Add concentrated fruit juice to your homemade wine ingredients to give your wine a plum or kiwi taste.

November 2014

By Lori Stahl

Making Your Own Wine at Home

Making your own wine can be easier than you think. In Making Your Own Wine at Home (Fox Chapel Publishing, 2014), author Lori Stahl provides friendly, easy-to follow instructions for making homemade wine. She starts novice winemakers off with tips for using a kit and helps open their eyes to a vast world of different flavored wines. This excerpt, which helps new winemakers to learn how to add different kinds of concentrated fruit juice to their homemade wine recipes, is from Chapter 2, “Step-By-Step Winemaking.”



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