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)
    6 years 11 months 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)
    7 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)
    7 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)
    7 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