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Black Currant - Vintner's Harvest Fruit Bases

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Black Currant - Vintner's Harvest Fruit Bases

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Vintner's Harvest Fruit Bases - Black Currant: A concentrate of blended currant juices for award-winning wines. One 96 oz. can makes a fuller flavor and bodied 3 gallon batch or a lighter 5 gallon batch of wine. The 3- and 5-gallon batch recipes are included on the label.
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Second time for using this.
Bought this product before and combined with other fruit bases for a wine that turned out to be my favorite and the favorite of others. The flavor is very good and consistent. Highly recommend.
January 16, 2017
Purchased
2 months ago
very tasty
I made a black currant melomel from this base, with raspberry blossom honey and a few dried currants added in the secondary. Also gave it a little dark roast American oak. Two years later, that mead still tastes like a black currant explosion. Love it!
February 3, 2012
Great Taste
I used two of those cans to make a 6 Gallon Batch of wine. Did not add any sweetener and tried it to taste after being bottled for 4 month._x000D_For my taste it was a bit on the dry side, but most likely would mellow if aged longer._x000D_However, my wife was extremely pleased and she thought it was a great tasting expensive RED wine. She loves this wine and I have serious doubts that the remaining 27 bottles have much of a chance to age for very long. I hid four bottles, just to see what this wine tasts like after about a year.
August 13, 2012
Excellent sub for fresh currants.
Made 3 gals. last year and it's almost gone. Just about to start another. Makes a really great wine with the 3 gal.recipe. I recommend it to anyone who likes fruit wines.
October 19, 2012
Good Currant flavor
I used two cans and got a great taste of Currants. I agree about not adding sweetener, this is all you need, it will be dry and excellent._x000D_Highly recommended for fruit wines.
December 6, 2012
Nice taste
For a 6 gallon batch I used 2 cans, so it would not be too thin. I didn't add sugar, just the concentrate. I aged it 6 months and the taste mellowed a bit, but it still has a nice black current flavor.
January 12, 2013
Makes Great Wine
I bought this because my wife found a loca winery that made this and she loved it. For Christmas, her sister bought a case of it but it was very weak compared to the year before. The winery said it was because it is a vintage wine and changes from year to year. I call bs. It was just watered down. _x000D_I decided to make my own and gave out bottles for Christmas. Christmas day 5 people finnished off 4 bottles. It turned out great and just what my wife expected. Hopefully it will have a little time to age before it is all gone. Ready to make more.
January 18, 2013
Fantastic as always
I am a big fan of Midwest, and as always, you just deliver in spades!!!
December 21, 2015
First time
Love Black Current Wine Try this base withe a bit of oak and little sugar Still fermenting let you know when its ready
February 12, 2013
Very nice currant flavor
I used two cans to make 6 gallons. The taste was excellent, a very nice Currant flavor, that was dry and excellent. I would not add sweetener, it's fine as it is. Age it 6-9 months, or longer._x000D_
March 5, 2013
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How many cans do you need to purchase for a 6 gallon batch?
R A on Dec 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I don't know, the product was purchased as a gift

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