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This was so much fun to make! I made it with all organic ingredients and used the resulting wine for my May Day punch. I added dried Sweet Woodruff and fresh strawberries and it was delightful! It's definitely a more rustic wine, not a crystal-clear table wine, but I was happy to have an organic wine with no added sulfites. No one reported a hangover from this wine!

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mksikora May 12, 2008

Have 1 batch on the go using 5 jugs white grape juice and 2 jugs white cranberry. Second batch using 5 jugs white cranberry and 2 jugs red cranberry...... initial taste test was good ! and the price was certainly right :-) I will post again after its aged a bit to give final taste results

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repsolal January 25, 2007

I found this recipe veery helpful thank you Kimke. I am going to try it with blueberries next time. Thank You again

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chefsandra July 15, 2006

This wine is very good. I find the taste comparable to Kressman a French wine. The week before I bottled it, I strained it through a coffee filter. I cleaned the carboy and put the wine back in it. I added come clarifier and a week later I strained it again and bottled it.

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anola December 12, 2004

I did not want to rate it yet because I want to give it more time to age, but I will start with this rate. It has been 22 days. I just had to taste it. It tastes kind of like a white zinfandel. I used 2 64oz of Cranraspberry juice and the rest White grape juice. I am going to play with the recipe more with the next round. Thanks Kimke. It is fun and I did not have to go to a special wine making store to buy ingredients. Sandra

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Sandrajp August 06, 2004
Easy homemade wine