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Chardonnay (Alexander's Sun Country Concentrates)

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Chardonnay (Alexander's Sun Country Concentrates)

SKU: 6109

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The Alexander's Pinot Chardonnay has a nice buttery note with light fruit flavors. This wine is just a tinge on the dry side when finished. This concentrated juice (68 Brix) will make an excellent wine on its own, or blend it with another fruit or Alexander's Concentrate for a truly unique wine. Other ingredients you will need: Campden Tablets, Yeast Nutrient, Bentonite, Wine Yeast, Acid Blend, and Sparkalloid or other clarifier. Use One 46 oz. can for 2.5 gallons.
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works good done right
Makes a nice 5 or 6 bottle batch just the way it is with out changing the acidity i used a yeast 3079 and got a very nice wine something like a livingston cellars
August 8, 2010
Wine made easy!
Added peaches prior to fermintation. Made two gallons of nice wine with little effort.
June 14, 2012
Good quality
Made a nice dry wine. I used two cans for 6 gallons. A good base.
December 25, 2012
Works well if used properly
1 can for 2 gallons worked out well, dry and tasty. Very little effort needed to make good wine with this.
January 22, 2013
Good concentrate for wine
I used 2 cans and made a nice dry wine. It was fairly easy, and I didn't have to add any acid.
July 26, 2013
very nice
2 cans for just about 5 gals. I used Red Star Cote-Blanc dry yeast. Fermented for a week then racked into a secondary fermenter for two weeks , then stabilized with potassium sorbate. Bottled after ten days. Still very young but tasted great.
August 26, 2013
A good base
3 cans for a 6 gallon wine gave incredible results. Its a higher alcohol full bodied wine, with depth and complexity. I didn't have to adjust the acidity or add any tanins.
October 13, 2013
Pleased
I made a test batch 2 gallon wine using 1 cans and it came out great. I think 3 cans for 6 gallons would work very well. You may need to adjust the acid to suit your preferences.
October 29, 2013
Quality ingredients pays off
I made a 3 gallon batch with 2 cans, aged it 18 months and all i can say is WOW. you get what you pay for. If you skimp on ingredients and add sugar, doesn't expect a rich luxurious wine. Great flavor and aroma, everyone likes it.
January 23, 2014
Not bad by any means
I used 2 cans for 5 gallons and I made a good dry wine. The flavor was ok, but there wasn't much nose. 3 cans for 6 gallons would probably make a stellar wine.
February 22, 2014
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