Wine Making Spring 2008

Spring Time Red Wine Making with Grape Juice from Chile using 7 six Gallon Buckets of Various Kinds for a Total of 42 Gallons.

This album explains the intiial process of "SetUp"

42 Gallons of Juice from the following varieties from Chile:
1. 12 Gallons of Merlot
2. 12 Gallons of Barbera
3. 6 Gallons of Cabernet Sauvignon
4. 6 Gallons of Malbec
5. 6 Gallons of Syrah

If you have questions on Wine Making you can reach me with a comment or GaryGS1@yahoo.com
Cheers!!! Gary

  • Punky-do United States (Private)
    10 years ago
    Looking down into the Demijohn.
    Cool shot

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    Thanks for your visit Punky-do!!! And photo comment on my recent wine making album!!! Have a nice week!!! Gary

    PS... I see that you added me to your friends list,,, nice... I added you too '-)))
  • ErinBenz (Private)
    10 years ago
    Sampling the "raw" Grape Juice!!!  WOW,,, all taste very similar and is very "heavy and sweet".
    its the wine variety pack - they all seem similar in the beginning but after the aging process, they all have differences - in each batch there is a hands down favorite. Lambrusco (spelling) was th best in the last one. ~E
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years ago
    Pondering over my "World Map" and wondering where to go next while my "New Batch" of wine is in the making!!!  Cheers!!!  Gary
    Nice reportage. I wouldn't mind exchanging some wine for some cheese once again! Cheers!

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    Hi John!!! I Love DUTCH Cheese,,, especially the kind that you sent me!!! I also had some at Viviane's house Aug 2006 and it was awesome as well!!!

    When it's ready, I will send you some bottles of new Chilean Red Wine!!! No problem '-))) Then I would like to come to your house and "Drink" it with you!!! Gary
  • Susi484 Premium user United States (Private)
    10 years ago
    Pondering over my "World Map" and wondering where to go next while my "New Batch" of wine is in the making!!!  Cheers!!!  Gary
    Yes, you are so right - and remember - whichever way you go or wherever it takes you, enjoy each and every single day.

    Time goes by so quickly you don't want to miss a single bit...

    Hugs
    Susi