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Wine Making Tip

I wonder what it was like to have to learn a trade from someone who had learned it decades before. Did you realize that most parents already knew what their children were going to be, long before they had the child? In the olden days, a godparent was someone whom the child was turned over to at a certain age – usually to learn a trade for life. Now, yes, the life expectancy, and the possibility of losing your family to illness or other occurrences did happen as well, but the role of godparent was that of mentor for the most part.

I despise to do the whole when-I-was-your-age-stereotype, but are you not glad that we can learn how to do things, and do them properly, without the use of having someone stand by to teach you. Yes, for some things, you may need it, but for others – like winemaking – you have a excellent chance of finding out how to do such things properly, simply by reading about it! (Hooray for technological advancements!) Go geeky I.T. people!)

There will always be problems that need addressing when it comes to trying something new. Several problems that can occur, and the tips for fixing them, are listed below. If your corks keep popping off the bottles once they have been poured, then you have not allowed all of the yeast in your wine to ferment. Somewhere along the winemaking process, you have swished the yeast, added oxygen, and restarted the fermentation. This can happen if you slosh your wine too much while filling the bottles. Your best bet would be to rack the wine after it has fermented, but place the airlock on it still. Check back in 24 hours and see if fermentation has begun again. Do this every 10 – 14 days, since pressure fronts in weather can misguide you, and make the wine look as it is done – when, in fact, it is not!

If you have finished up with a sickly sweet wine, then you have not added enough yeast to make a proper fermentation time. You can either add more yeast in your next batch, and thereby, allowing more fermentation time in your wine, or you can cut the sweetness by mixing wines, and adding a very dry wine to yours. On the other hand, if your wine is too dry (sour), then you can sweeten it by adding sweeten wine, or adding a simple sugar (a mix of sugar and water).

It is always excellent to taste-test all of these – no matter if you are drying down a wine or sweetening it. Add a few teaspoons of the dry or sweet mix to wine you are trying to fix. Bottle those overnight (you are making small samples – not all of the wine), and taste-test them in the morning. Figure out which one you like best, and go with that mixture to re-flavor your wine. Afterwards, you can go on to bottling all of the wine.

Okay okay, enough of the facts. Let’s place some of this knowledge to use. You’re about to access over 190 homemade wine recipes. 190! You can pick and choose, make them all, or just open up your own house to friends who are looking to get into this fantastic leisure activity.
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