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Master Vintner® Fresh Harvest™ 3 Gallon Upgrade

$49.99

Product Number: 8213

Availability: In stock

Note: This add-on kit needs to be used in conjunction with a 6 gallon Starter Winemaking Equipment Kit. It is not intended for use without the 6 gallon winemaking kit.

This kit includes all of the additional additives you need to make three 3-gallon batches of wine.

The 3 Gallon Fruit Winemaking Add-on Kit Includes:
  • 3 packs of Montrachet dry yeast (additional yeast is required for additional batches)
  • Winemaker Recipe Handbook featuring 101 one-gallon fruit recipes (multiply recipes by three to make 3-gallon batches)
  • 1 3-Gallon Glass Carboy
  • 1 Universal Stopper
  • 1 Airlock
  • 1 Jumbo Coarse Nylon Straining bag
  • 1 oz. Stabilizer (Potassium Sorbate)
  • 2 oz. Midwest Supplies Oxygen Wash
  • 50 count. Campden tablets (KMS)
  • 1 oz. Pectic enzyme
  • 2 oz. Acid blend
  • 1 oz. Grape tannin
  • 2 oz. Yeast nutrient

    Note: Other items needed to make 3 gallons of wine: 6 gallon wine equipment kit, fruit, corks, and bottles. An additional 3 gallon carboy is recommended, but not necessary.

    Note: No substitutions allowed.

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Customer Reviews

7 People have reviewed this product

Overall Rating: 5.0

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The add-on to buy Review by Koosman

(Posted on 3/30/14)

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3 gallons is a better size than 1 gallon because if you're going through all the effort, you might as well get more to show for your time and effort. The kit has all I needed to begin making wine. So far I've made a cherry wine, and a blackberry wine, and will make another in the summer.

Good size Review by Dobson

(Posted on 1/18/14)

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It's got all you need to make fruit wines. 3 gallons is just right for fruit wines. 1 gallon is more for experimental wines, so this is the right kit to get.

Fruit wine is fun Review by JD

(Posted on 12/2/13)

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3 gallons is the right size, 1 gallon is too small and not enough reward for the work. I started with this kit and it has all teh additives you need. One thing I've learned is not to skimp on the fruit base. Otherwise the wine comes out thin.

this is a good way to make fruit wine Review by Anthony

(Posted on 10/8/13)

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Usually you don't make large amounts of fruit wine, but I always felt that 1 gallon was too small for the effort. 3 gallons is the perfect size. Anything you don't drink right away you let age. The kit includes all you need to start making fruit wines and teh recipe book is very good, despite the horrible pink lettering.

A good way to get into fruit wine making Review by Parker

(Posted on 8/25/13)

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I purchased this kit last year and have used it to make several fruit wines.
It's a good sized kit with the 3 gallon carboy, and it has all the acids and things you need to make fruit wines.

A good addition Review by Sean

(Posted on 7/6/13)

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This is a good kit to get if you want to get into making fruit wines. You can make some great fruit wines with this kit (plus the base of course). Given the time investment in making wine and set up and clean up, you might as well make 2.5 - 3 gallons instead of just 1 gallon. 1 gallon is only for very targeted specialized testing.

This is the fruit wine kit you want, not the 1 gallon kit Review by Nadim

(Posted on 4/15/13)

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The one gallon git is for experimenting, you aren't going to make a fruit wine that isn't 3 gallons (or more) so don't waste your money on the smaller kit, when you will have to buy this in the end. This kit has all you need to make excellent quality fruit wines.

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