Vintner's Best® Blackberry Fruit Wine Base 128 oz.

  • 128-ounce jug of Vintner's Best® Blackberry Fruit Wine Base

Vintner's Best® Blackberry Fruit Wine Base 128 oz.

SKU 42846

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$43.99

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 blackberry 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

42846

Original Gravity

1.076

Alcohol Content High
Yield 5 Gallons

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
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Darlene D.
Blackberry

My wine hasn't finished yet. But looks and smells great!! Delivery was quick and the customer service was amazing. Answered all my questions quickly. I am new to wine making and they have been extremely helpful.

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Wade C.
Excellent!

Vintners Best products are excellent!

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David N.
Slow I used black berry wine

I used my usual black berry wine recipe. I added two pounds of sugar per gallon for a five gallon batch.when I checked the specific gravity, it was extremely high-1.160.I added the yeast and the next day,to my surprise, it started working,but very slow.it has been working for two weeks now, and the gravity has only dropped 50 points. I have tried everything I know to speed it up,but I’m not having any luck.any suggestions??

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William
Berries, Pears, Apples & Grapes, oh MY!

We're not talking any real fruit in these jugs, they are all concentrates blended together with beet sugar. Thankfully, the very prominent pear flavor I was detecting in the must pre-process was now absent in my approaching finished product.

There are solid blackberry notes in the finished wine but it certainly lacks the full body of a real blackberry wine made from the old Vintner's Harvest canned product. Did all those nice Evergreen berries end up in bags of frozen product on various grocer's shelves? Will some of the crop ever return to those great 96oz. cans?

Only the end of the Covid years might reveal, WCW

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LC
Great Choice!

I just started my second batch. This is such an easy wine to make with surprisingly good taste. I’m adding a couple of pounds of sugar to this batch to sweeten.