Making homemade fruit wine with Fresh Harvest® is simple, enjoyable and requires very little time. Master Vintner quick tips make learning clear and fun. With a book full of exciting recipes, you can easily craft colorful additions to any wine rack. Best of all, fruit wine matures faster than grape wine so you can enjoy exotic flavors in a fraction of the time.
Everything you need to make remarkable wine from scratch in under an hour. If you thought wine was all about the grape, think again—Master Vintner Fresh Harvest® has everything you need to turn fresh fruit into remarkable wine. The list of fruits you can use to create wine is endless.
Fresh Harvest® has enough supplies to make 15 1-gallon batches, perfect for experimenting with different varieties! With a bushel of berries or armful of apples, your fresh harvest can yield succulent wine straight from the orchard. Get your feet wet with fruit winemaking from scratch and impress friends with the fruits of your labor.
- Winemaker Recipe Handbook
- 2 gallon plastic fermentor w/ lid, 1 gallon jug, tubing, airlock, screw cap and straining bag
- Sanitizer and campden tablets
- Pectic enzyme, acid blend, grape tannin, yeast nutrient, stabilizer, and Red Star Cote Des Blanc wine yeast.
- Racking cane and tubing
- Not included: fruit, corker, corks, and bottles
To complete your process, pick up the Fresh Harvest Full Upgrade Kit which includes bottles, corks, a corker, a hydrometer, and a test jar.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
it was perfect to try a small batch to see if the new flavor was worth a full size batch.
We have made one batch so far that turned out well, but only because we looked elsewhere for instructions. The included booklet is a poor step-by-step guide for a newbie and following it was the most difficult part of the process. After reading through the basic guidelines, flipping through various sections for more information, and then finally looking online to fill in the gaps we were finally able to get a clear process down. The equipment and ingredients are a good buy but I don't think I would recommend this to any other beginners unless they had other instructions to use.
As a novice wine maker who does a lot of reading before the first attempt. I probably would go with a larger more expensive kit, just for the ease of the process. I think a 1 gallon kit is to small to really experience the wine making process. But this kit was a good initiation to get you started. The explanations of all the whys and the how too's give you a good launch point. Basically tells you what stuff to ignore, and were to focus. I've made three batches starting at 1 gal. The last one was 4 gal. All of them have gone well. I haven't killed any of the neighbors yet! Thanks guys for a great product. I will be ordering more supplies soon.
The booklet doesn't give step by step instructions but rather general information about wine making so you'll have to do a bit of research on your own--look up recipes that outline things step by step. It's not difficult per se, but it took a bit of time as a beginner trying to figure out exactly what I needed to do.