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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