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Advise for first Wine Kit

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vinyljunkie:
Hey - not able to brew beer at the minute so done a turbo cider and planning on maybe doing a wine kit for to keg and have in keezer for Christmas.

- Any suggestions on a good white wine kit from GEB or HBC?
- Do the kits come with all the additives you need?

Simon_:
This range are great and inexpensive. I've gotten more complements from them than more expensive ones.
https://www.thehomebrewcompany.ie/wine-kits-australian-blend-7-day-30-bottle-c-103_196.html
https://www.geterbrewed.com/australian-blend-en-2/

Any wine kits I've bought all come with concentrate, yeast, clearing agents and stablisers. Some varieties have oak sachets.

AnGhrúdlannBeag:
Plus one on the Pinot Grigio from that Australian range... it’s clean and crisp and doesn’t have the bubblegum flavours a lot of the kit wines can have.

vinyljunkie:
Great - cheers!

Anyone got experience kegging wine? I wouldn't have the patience to bottle TBH an Wondering do people force carb or just leave the keg under a few PSI pressure to keep seal?

Will_D:
In summer I make Chardoflower Prosecco:

Chardonnay kit (Austrailian Blend) some elderflowers (dried) and mak e as usual.

Keg, chill and carbonate

Panty Dropper!!!

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