Vintner's Best Niagra Wine Base 128 oz.

  • Vintner's Best Niagra Wine Base 128 oz.

Vintner's Best Niagra Wine Base 128 oz.

SKU 43327

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$47.99

Product Details

Vintner's Best® Fruit Wine Bases are all-natural and made with real fruit juice. They are blended from the same formulations used by commercial wineries and allow you to avoid straining out the fruit pieces. Vintner's Best® Fruit Wine bases make 5 gallons of high-quality fruit wine at around 10% ABV. Easy, convenient re-sealable packaging with no pH or acid adjustments allows you to scale depending on your batch size. All you have to do is add yeast and water.

A blend of juice concentrates, corn syrup, citric acid and natural flavor designed to make a fermentable base for a Niagra style wine blend at 18.6 Brix. The product is blended, pasteurized and can be stored at ambient temperature.

Recommended Yeast: Lalvin K1V-1116 or Red Star Premier Classique

Additional Information

SKU

43327

Original Gravity

1.076

Alcohol Content High
Yield 5 Gallons

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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dennis f.
Not made it

Will start brewing it this weekend

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Wayne L.L.

Vintner's Best Niagra Wine Base 128 oz.

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Jerry
Vintner's best

I currently have five six gallon carboy's very close to stabilizing but will give them a little more time to finish. They taste great right now but in the past I have found it best not to rush the finish. I have done the five gallon batch from on jug of vintner's in the past but have gone to using two jugs now and even though it costs a bit more the final result is worth every cent. I will continue to but and make wine from Vintner's Best because "I LIKE IT".

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
100%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
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d
dennis f.
Not made it

Will start brewing it this weekend

W
Wayne L.L.

Vintner's Best Niagra Wine Base 128 oz.

J
Jerry
Vintner's best

I currently have five six gallon carboy's very close to stabilizing but will give them a little more time to finish. They taste great right now but in the past I have found it best not to rush the finish. I have done the five gallon batch from on jug of vintner's in the past but have gone to using two jugs now and even though it costs a bit more the final result is worth every cent. I will continue to but and make wine from Vintner's Best because "I LIKE IT".