Homemade peach wine, when it’s nicely made, can be delicious. And because it's not something you're likely to get from your wine club
, we have a recipe here for you.
We have a couple of more recipes for making other homemade wines on the "Quick Guide
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Homemade Peach Wine - Sneak Peek
Peaches by themselves don’t have much body and can make a wine lacking in flavor so....
In this recipe, frozen white grape juice, as well as other natural additives
have been added to help with that. Don’t worry
about some of the ingredients if you're unfamiliar with them... they are natural ingredients and are commonly added to homemade wine.
They don’t cost much but they really
improve the taste of your homemade wine. Click on the name of each item to see where you can find them.
Ok... let’s make some peach wine.
- Boil your water and then add your sugar until it dissolves.
- Pour the water and sugar mixture over the peach pulp in your bucket (remember pulp + water = 1 gallon total.... this is your "Must")
- Ok, so now add your can of frozen white grape juice to the “Must”.
- Go watch TV for a while or walk the dog and let everything cool off.
- Now add your crushed Campden Tablet, Acid Blend,Yeast Nutrient, and Tannin. Don’t add the Pectic Enzyme and definitely not the yeast yet!
- Come back 12 hours later and add the Pectic Enzyme. Gently Stir everything and cover your plastic bucket.
- Go away for 12 hours again and come back to add theChampagne Wine Yeast. Sprinkle the yeast on top of your “Must” and cover the container again.
- Stir your “Must” everyday for ten days.
- Pour your “Must” through a colander or screen into asterilized plastic 5 gallon bucket. After pouring everything through the screen, let the pulp that remains in the screen finish “dripping out” into the bucket.
- Using a siphon, transfer your mixture to the Carboy (“Secondary Fermenter”) and close with an Airlock.
- Every twenty five to thirty days pour your wine mixture from one Carboy to the other (cleaned) Carboy. This is called "racking". Do this until the fermentation is totally finished and the wine is clear.
- Let the now clear wine sit for sixty days and transfer to wine bottles and cork them.
- Give everything another three months in the bottles (lay them on their sides) and then taste.
- See what you think and either serve your homemadepeach wine then or let it sit and age some more.
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