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Munching Vidal Blanc on Keuka Lake, New York
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A day after cheating the fates and re-fermenting with sugar, I rack the must back into the first fermentation tank. After a sound sleep, I wake to check the Specific Gravity. Like my morning paper, another day of reading a … Continue reading
Posted in BLUEBERRY BOUND: CRAFTING MY SECOND WINE (AUGUST 2010) Tagged blueberry, blueberry wine, carboy, CO2, crabs, degassing, fining, fossils, pompeii, racking, sparkolloid, wine, winemaking Leave a comment
Now the step of clearing the wine lay before me. Last week had let the remnant CO2 bubble away. Windows had been cracked and the sun blocked, freezing my wife, but keeping the wine from jumping into a bacterial outbreak … Continue reading