A bold but subtle combination of Pinot Noir and rich, ripe blackberry, this wine is silky smooth in the mouth, with the cherry/berry spice of Pinot giving it a juicy, sappy finish.
Lightly chilled to highlight the body, it's not only refreshing and zesty, but also a perfect foil for dark chocolate, soft cheeses and lazy afternoons on the patio.
Wine Kit Yield: 6 gallons
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Nice wine. I have bottled half and letting the other half age. I didn’t use all of the blackberry syrup. I think it makes it too sweet I held out about 24 oz. taste test as you add to get the flavor you prefer. It’s a fun wine with a decent Pinot and the blackberry syrup makes it nice for those who don’t like really dry wines. I prefer it semi-sweet. I haven’t shared much yet, but expect positive reviews. Great price for a fun wine.
Don’t know why it worked out this way because I followed the instructions to a T. It taste really good, but the alcohol content was very low. Doesn’t even taste like wine to me. The only thing I can think of is it stopped being active after about 4 days. Had a lot of water and a small amount of liquid to begin with.
Nice balanced wine that was straightforward to produce.
instruction indicates flavor pack as something other than the label on the bag.
Just as C Fletcher mentioned on 2/1/2020. The instructions was for a 1 gallon kit instead of the 6 gallon kit. I found the correct instructions online. Had the kit for months but finally getting around to making it. Hope it turns out OK.