DetailsVintner's Harvest Fruit Bases - Raspberry: An Oregon grown gem, bright red, medium sized berry with the familiar flavor. One 96 oz. can makes a fuller flavor and bodied 3 gallon batch or a lighter 5 gallon batch of wine. The 3- and 5-gallon batch recipes are included on the label.
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4.8 / 5.04 ReviewsRaspberry fruit wine base works well!Just getting started making fruit wines--this product came just as it was promised. Added some fresh raspberries per recommendations of other buyers, and the end result was great! Have racked mine a couple of times already and will bottle before long. I can't wait to try the finished product!August 5, 2018Purchased
11 months agopulpraspberry juice made a good wine but the product came with a lot of pulp which was unexpectedFebruary 20, 2013Used in a Lambic beerI used this in a Lambic (sour) beer. I aged it a year in a better bottle._x000D_The raspberry flavor and aroma had faded unfortunately, but it still tasted excellent. I think the key is to add some more raspberries a few weeks before bottling, for extra taste and aroma.December 26, 2012
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Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 2 answersDoes the 5 gallon recipe turn out sweet?Does this turn out dry as a 3 gallon batch, if so how do I make it not dry?What alcohol percentage does this end up as per recipe?BEST ANSWER: I think the can asks for 12 pounds of sugar per a 5 gallon batch. That would give you 14% alcohol. Cut it down to 10 pounds and you’ll get 11% which is similar to store bought wines. It’s the sugar you put in that controls the alcohol.What is the brix of this product?Can I please get the recipe? Maybe a photo of the label??