DetailsThis sweet ruby red pinot noir presents succulent flavors of fresh, ripe black cherries balanced by a subtly touch of tannins. Light and fruity this thirst quencher is a great addition to any summer festivity.
- Details & Instructions
Volume 6 Gallons Wine Recipe Type Wine Cooler Sweetness Sweet
4.7 / 5.07 ReviewsGreat wineGave this to a friend of mine that has being making wine for a little over a year. This black cherry is wonderful.I don't drink wine much but this flavor is really good.January 10, 2016Share a glass:)The best all-around wine, drink it anytime, with anybody. We all love it!December 5, 2016Purchased
1 year agoGood sweet winethis is a good sweet wine made it for others but we prefer the reds.December 16, 2016Purchased
over 2 years agoAwesome tasting Black CherryThis is the second time I've made wine and found this to be a awesome tasting sweet wine. The instructions was easy to follow and the finished product is a beautiful color. If you like sweet wine and black cherry flavor I recommend this kit.April 2, 2018Purchased
5 months agoOB Very Black CherryOMG DELICIOUS! very tasty good with an food paring or just a glass of wine when ever. tastes like juice, has good flavorMarch 7, 2018Purchased
1 year agoBlack Cherry WineSo far so good. Just started the first fermentation and it is still bubbling. The smell is wonderful. Will update this review as the process progressesNovember 28, 2017Purchased
9 months agoGood cherry wine, but some artificial flavorsI made this last year. The instructions are very thorough. I knocked off a star because of the final product. I made the wine and tasted it. It was very nice, with some great flavors and a bit dry, which I like. Then I added the sweetening mixture. I like sweet wines too, but the added mixture seemed like it had a lot of artificial cherry flavor. What started as a really nice red wine with some complex flavors turned into "Hey, look at me! I'm Cherry Kool-Aid!!!!" KInda ruined it for me. It's still very drinkable and a lower ABV, so it's good for hot days.July 12, 2018Purchased
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- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 11 answersHow long is the process from first fermentation to bottling? How long should the wine age in the bottles or bulk age in the carboy?BEST ANSWER: The wine can ferment for as little as a week. Just need to check upnwith a hydrometer. after that you clarify for another week. I filtered mine after that and bottled it. no reason to age. you could be drinking in at little as two weeks.Some sites describe this as off-dry, can anyone tell me what the final SG is once finished so I can get an idea of sweetness? I prefer dry but off-dry is okay.BEST ANSWER: I prefer Cabernet but Very Black Cherry is a wine EVERYBODY can drink so it is what I open to drink with company. Not too dry and not too sweet. Lighter and very palatable. If you come to northern MI you can try a bottle of mine!