DetailsProduced from the red Zinfandel grape, short skin contact gives this wine its gorgeous pink hue. With soft floral aromas and notes of citrus, strawberry and melon and a crisp finish balanced by lashings of berry fruit, this wine is more than just a summer sipper: it's excellent with a holiday turkey, delicious with patio snacks, and perfect for sharing with all of your friends. Serve well chilled for maximum pleasure.
Yield: 6 Gallons
- Details & Instructions
Wine Recipe Type White Zinfandel Origin -
4.7 / 5.06 ReviewsA crowd pleaser!The Master Vinter White Zin always receives raves from our guests. We try to always keep some on hand.July 14, 2018Purchased
4 months agoYou will not whine with this wine!This wine was a special treat for me. I have been making kit wines for 15 years now and this is probably the biggest surprise I have had in a long time. The taste is to die for ( as is a high alcohol content). I will purchase this againJuly 6, 2018Purchased
4 months agoLooked beautiful but just was not as sweet as I like my zinfadel. Will probably try it again sometime but add some kind of sweetener.April 23, 2018Purchased
7 months agoGreat wine!Good tasting wine with a whoop to it. It carries a good volume of alcohol but it still smooth.April 15, 2018Purchased
9 months agoewine not too sweet not too dryThis is my 5th wine kit. Very easy directions. This wine is a little darker than a white zinfandel I am going to bottle it in a couple of days however preliminary test tastings proved to be a very good wine.. my wife likes her wine sweet probably would not have to add much more sugar I thought it was sweet en but but not too sweet. Time will tell.December 20, 2017Purchased
11 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 14 answersIs this the same white zin you sold a few years ago and haven't had the last couple years?Does everything needed to ferment come with this concentrate?BEST ANSWER: All of the ingredients and chemicals come with it. You will need to have 2 6.5 gallon fermenters and an air lock, though. I would recommend the Big Mouth Fermenter Midwest sells and one of their airlocks to match it.Is this sweet or semi-sweet?BEST ANSWER: I would call it semi-sweet, at least compared to the Blush. That being said, I didn't add all of the sweetener that came with the kit since I don't care for overly sweet wine anymore. I added enough (about 2/3 of the bottle) of sweetener until I had just the right level for me.