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Riesling Wine Kit - Master Vintner® Winemaker's Reserve

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Riesling Wine Kit - Master Vintner® Winemaker's Reserve

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Refined, vibrant aromas of peaches, apricots and white fruit with floral and citrus blossom notes when young, this gorgeous pale yellow wine shows nuances of honeycomb, citrus peel, and dried fruits as it ages.

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Refined, vibrant aromas of peaches, apricots and white fruit with floral and citrus blossom notes when young, this gorgeous pale yellow wine shows nuances of honeycomb, citrus peel, and dried fruits as it ages.

On the palate it's assertive, distinctive and elegant, with juicy white fruit balanced by vivid acidity and a long luscious finish. An excellent food wine, it drinks well on its own and responds to light chilling--serve between 45 ºF and 55 ºF.

Yield: 6 Gallons
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Wine Recipe Type Riesling
Type White
Origin -

4.8 / 5.0
9 Reviews
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Ready in the bottle
We just bottled this last weekend. We usually taste a little during the bottling and it tasted great! (We are used to it not being quite finished and needing to age in the bottle a bit) we are really looking forward to enjoying this over the summer!
April 5, 2019
6 months ago
easy to use kit
March 20, 2019
5 months ago
Turned out beautifully
Very good directions and excellent quality. I was concerned it may have been a sweeter Riesling, but it turned out to be more on the dry, pure side. I am very happy with the finished product.
January 4, 2019
10 months ago
Easy to make. Everything is in the kit
December 24, 2018
9 months ago
Great flavor
Great taste!!! Just not sure how long it should age.
December 2, 2018
9 months ago
Enjoyable wine
I added more sugar in the fermentation process and ended up with 16.4% alcohol by vol. This wine handles it well. Medium body, not dry, not too sweet.
October 27, 2018
1 year ago
Riesling wine
I have just bottled and the wine has a nice pale yellow color. I did not use the included sweetner so the wine is fairly dry with a mild taste. Hopefully it will develop more character as it ages.
October 21, 2018
11 months ago
Loved by everyone!
This wine is loved by everyone -- those who like a dry wine and those who like a sweet wine. A very nice Riesling!
December 1, 2017
over 2 years ago
Very Simple Kit...
The kit worked great. The wine cleared perfectly, then I filtered it to make it even more sparkling. I have never been a dry wine fan, but now I have gotten to where I enjoy it. My Fiancé is a big Riesling fan, she said it was fantastic!
January 29, 2017
over 3 years ago
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What is the appropriate alcohol % of this reisling?
A shopper on Feb 20, 2019
Is the Riesling or the green apple Riesling a sweet wine? I don't like a dry wine.
A shopper on Dec 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: All wines go to dryness to complete the fermentation process. Dessert wines are back-sweetened before bottling by adding simple syrup (2 cups of sugar to one cup of boiling water) or wine conditioner to the wine and then arresting any
future fermentation activity of residual wine yeast by also adding potassium sorbate. Most, if not all riesling wine kits include packages of wine conditioner (sweetener) and potassium sorbate to add at the end of your wine making process. Add the conditioner to your desired sweetness.
Hello, like two months ago a brought the Zinfandel white master vintner recipe kit but it did not come with bentonite, how can I improve the clarification of the wine without filtration?
A shopper on Mar 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'm really surprised that you didn't get isinglass, chitosan, kitosol or some fining agent with your kit, they must have accidently left it out.
Your wine will eventually clear on its own, but it will take a while.
You could make your own fining agent like the French do, using egg whites. You could also use gelatin.
But, first, you need to make sure your wine is thoroughly degassed. If you don't have a degassing tool or "whip" to do it, you will have to stir your wine vigorously with a long spoon for 10 or 15 minutes to get all of the trapped CO2 out of your wine. You can test it by taking a sample in a test tube or jar and sealing it up. Shake it and if any "puff" of sound emits when reopened, then you still have gas in the wine.
Once it is degassed, stir in whipped egg whites and let it settle out for a week. All of the egg white and sediment will settle to the bottom, so you will merely have to rack it off as normal.
If you don't want to mess with fining agents, after degassing and adding potassium metabisulfite or campden tablets, re-seal your carboy and let it set for a month or two, The sediment will eventually sink to the bottom and you can rack it off. You may have to do this a time or two to get all of the sediment out of the carboy. When clear, it is ready to bottle as normal.
What is the bottle of wine conditioner for and at what stage do I use it? There is nothing in the instructions about this.
J L on Jun 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That is an optional additive to sweeten the wine if needed. Feel free to try adding half the bottle if you think it needs more sweetness. You can do this after the degassing/stabalizing step, and I would recommend doing it a few days before bottling at the latest. Cheers.

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