DetailsTry something new this harvest! Take a break from kit winemaking and use the fresh fruit straight from your garden or the farmer’s market to make one-of-a-kind blends exploding with seasonal flavor! Use your existing Master Vintner® Starter Kit with these additives that will balance rich, ripe fruits into deep, complex wine. This kit includes everything you need to make three 6-gallon batches of fruit wine.
- Montrachet Dry Yeast (x3)
- Stopper, Airlock & Straining Bag
- Pectic Enzyme, Acid Blend, Wine Tannin, Yeast Nutrient and Stabilizer
- Campden Tablets
WINE + kits are product bundles designed to complement our Wine Making Equipment Kits.
This add-on kit is NOT intended to be used without a 6 gallon winemaking kit. Other items needed to make 6 gallons of wine: 6 gallon wine equipment kit, fruit, corks, and bottles. An additional 5 gallon carboy is recommended, but not necessary. No substitutions allowed.
- Details & Instructions
4.7 / 5.010 ReviewsA good kit to start out withIt's not a stand alone kit, you still need all the carboys or bottles or buckets. It has all the acids and chemicals you need to get started. The book that comes with it is good and I've made 6 of the recipes from it, 5 of which I liked.September 7, 2013Great add on for a brewer!!!!!I have been making beer for about a year now and wanted to jump into wine making. This kit and a second 7.5 gal bucket got me to where I needed to be with very little cost. I am able to use all of my beer making equipment, all I needed was the book and ingredients. The book is easy follow with enough recipes to keep you going for a very long time.January 27, 2013Get started making fruit wineIt's a good kit and not too expensive, making it a good purchase for those who are interested in fruit wine making. If you brew beer chances are you already have all the other equipment you need. I made the Blackberry wine and was happy with it.May 17, 2013Great valueI have 1 5gallon batch of apple wine done and bulk aging. I make the recipe for the full flavored from apple juice. Just started a new batch today of dandelion wine. And have strawberries (for 3 gallons) and rhubarb (1-2 gallons) picked to make a few more. Only thing is maybe upgrade the book so you have more varieties, This is a great valueJuly 19, 2013Fruit wine makers chemistry setIts got a good selection of all the specialized tanins/enzymes/chemicals you need for fruit wine making. Its well priced and complete. I used the kit to make a Cherry wine that I liked. I just started a Kiwi wine last month. Just get the base concentrate and you can make anything.August 15, 2013An inexpensive way to try something newFruit wine making is fun but until trying it I didn't want to buy a lot of stuff I might not use again. This kit was good because it had what I needed , for a reasonable price. It's a small investment and even if you don't continue making fruit wine, its fun to try it once.November 10, 2013Easy way to start making fruit wineI already had the equipment, I just needed these extras. It was enough to get me over the hump. I made a plum wine that was good. The book has some good recipes too.February 2, 2014good supply to startready to start making wine. i have made blackberry, strawberry and peach. thinking what to start next. recipe book is helpfulOctober 8, 2012Staring pointIf you already have a good wine making kit then this will give you the extras you need to make fruit wines. You could buy all the components individually but this has what you need to start out - other than the fruit bases.January 3, 2013Inexpensive entry into fruit wine makingIf you brew beer or wine you already have most of the equipment. I bought this for the extra components and started making fruit wine. If you don't have the extra equipment there is a different fruit wine starter kit to buy that has the carboy.April 4, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 2 answersHow many Campden tablets are included?BEST ANSWER: 50in what order does the Pectic Enzyme ,acid Blend, wine Tannin, Yeast, Yeast Nutrient Campden Tablets and Stabilizer and other add ins are put into the Wine.
and other add insBEST ANSWER: Pectic Enzyme is added along with fruit.
Yeast are added at the beginning of fermentation.
Yeast nutrient is added as needed.
Acid blend is added to balance fermentation environment.
Wine tannin can be added for fining.
Campden tablets and Stabilizer are added after fermentation.