Beverages - Grape wine recipe 1 gallon

Author: Jeanne Poirier  

Homemade Grape Wine | Red Wine in 21 Days | with step by step photos and video. He then told me he had to call the local liquor store to open up so he could buy wine for Christmas Masses as he had been using my wine for communion wine on Christmas for the past 3 years.

Wild Grape Wine

Wild Grape Wine
This wine is ready to drink and bottle in 11 days. The older it gets the better it's quality. I got this recipe from the University of Minnesota. A note with the recipe said it was from a small family vineyard in France. I made a 5 gallon batch one year and gave it for gifts until I ran out 31/2 years later. One of the recipients was my priest. After Christmas mass the year I ran out, He stopped me to thank me for his gift but told me he missed my gift of wine that year. I told him I ran out. He then told me he had to call the local liquor store to open up so he could buy wine for Christmas Masses as he had been using my wine for communion wine on Christmas for the past 3 years. I felt so honored that my wine was used in such a special way. Number of servings is based on number of 4 ounce servings per gallon of wine. I use beer bottles It seems just enough for 2 for a meal. I use quart bottles for gifts. Be sure to store wine bottles on their side so the corks do not dry out.
Provided by: Gramma Pat
Total time: 15900 minutes
Cook time: 60 minutes
Prep time: 15840 minutes
Yields: 32 servings
Number of ingredients: 5
  • wild grapes
  • sugar
  • water
  • yeast
  • 1 slice dried bread
  • Calories: 2.1 calories
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Saturated Fat: 0 grams
  • Cholesterol: 0 milligrams
  • Sodium: 5.3 milligrams
  • Carbohydrate: 0.4 grams
  • Fiber: 0 grams
  • Sugar: 0 grams
  • Protein: 0.1 grams
How to cook:
  1. Choose ripe Wild Grapes, Pick them in clusters on the stems, bring them home and wash them in cold water leaving them on the stems.
  2. Place grapes with stems on, in water just to cover, in an enamel or non metallic kettle.
  3. Bring just to a boil, simmer till skins on the grapes pop, Mash the grapes in the water, Strain juice into a non-metallic container, through several layers of cheese cloth or a clean dish towel to remove grape pulp, seeds and stems.
  4. Reserve the juice, Throw away stems and pulp.
  5. Measure the juice.
  6. Add equal amounts of sugar and water, (ie: 1 gal juice, 1 gal sugar, 1 gal water) put wine mixture in clean crock.
  7. spread or sprinkle 1 cake or one pkg dry yeast on dry bread crust and allow it to float on top of the wine mixture, cover crock with a clean dish towel, let ferment for 3 days, strain wine, into non metallic container such as an enamel canner kettle, wash the crock and be sure to rinse it very well, put wine back into the crock, allow to ferment for 4 days, stirring every day and skimming the foam from top, strain the wine again as before, wash the crock again, put wine back in the crock.
  8. Allow to ferment 4 days, stirring and skimming every day.
  9. Strain the wine once more, this time it is ready to bottle.
  10. The older it gets the better.
Notes: How to Make Wine from Grapes at Home, Remove the Grapes from the Stalks · Press the Juice from the Grapes · Put Crushed Grapes Duration: 9:05

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Basic Red Wine

Basic Red Wine
a rich and sweet homemade wine that is easy to make at home in just five days.
Provided by: team brewsy
Total time: 15 minutes
Prep time: 15 minutes
Yields: 1 serving
Number of ingredients: 5
  • 1 Gallon Container
  • 1 Airlock
  • 1 Brewsy Bag
  • 1 gallon of store-bought grape juice (we used Tropicana)
  • Granulated sugar (varies based on your preferred sweetness level)
  • Serving Size: 1 gallon
How to cook:
  1. Get everything ready to go. For this recipe, here’s what you’ll need: 1 gallon of grape juiceA clean container for fermentation (either the container your juice comes in, a gallon jug, or any other food-safe container)White sugar
  2. Get your juice ready. Make sure your grape juice is at room temperature, and then pour it into your clean gallon jug or fermentation container, if you're not making your wine directly in the juice bottle.
  3. Add your sugar. Brewsy gives you the choice for how sweet or dry you would like your final wine to be. Choose how sweet you’d like your final wine to be by opening the drink designer.If you’re making a different sized batch, or would like a different sweetness level than “sweet,” use the drink designer to customize your wine.If you’re using fresh-pressed juice without nutrition facts, use the value 25g of sugar per 8 fl oz for the drink designer.Then, pour out juice to make room for headspace if necessary, and then add your sugar according to the drink designer. If you have extra juice, you can drink it now or save it to make a simple syrup with later.
  4. Shake well. Shake until the sugar is evenly mixed into your juice and almost entirely dissolved.
  5. Add one full Brewsy bag. Then shake vigorously for 30 seconds to help wake up the yeast.
  6. Put on the airlock. First, squeeze the rubber stopper into your gallon’s bottleneck, and then attach the plastic airlock. Fill the airlock with water, and then snap the hole-punched plastic part back on.
  7. Put your wine in a warm, dark place. An attic, closet, or near your water heater are all good places. The ideal temperature is 75°F to 85°F. (The fermentation will take longer in cooler temperatures).Now, fermentation is beginning. Fermentation will take approximately 5 days.Tip: Once or twice a day, swirl your container to make sure the yeast make surface contact with all of the juice.
  8. Wait 5 days, then taste-test. After 5 days, take a very small sip of your wine. Right now, the yeast haven’t been separated from your wine, so it won’t taste amazing just yet.When you taste, taste primarily for sweetness. If it tastes dry enough for you, move on to the next step. If it still tastes too sweet, let it ferment for 3 more days, then repeat the taste-test.
  9. Put your wine in the fridge. Take off the airlock and put the hole-punched cap on your gallon jug — or, simply use a loosened cap.Tip — make sure you never fasten the cap of your gallon jug to prevent potentially explosive carbon dioxide buildup!
  10. Wait two days while your wine is in the fridge.During this time, the cold in your fridge is forcing the solids in your wine to the bottom of the container, making it easier for you to separate them in the next step.
  11. Rack your wine. Slowly, pour your wine off of the sediment at the bottom into a different container.Your goal is to remove as much of the sediment as possible, so try not to tip your jug back up until you’ve finished pouring.
  12. Take a sip! Now, you can taste your wine! Cheers!You may love it right away, but you may find it tastes harsh or a bit off. Don’t worry! That's very normal with young alcohol. It will get better and better with time.If it tastes bitter, you can quickly fix that by making a simple syrup.
  13. Return your cider to the fridge with a loosened cap. Unlike store-bought wine, Brewsy doesn’t have any preservatives, so it needs to stay in the fridge with a loose cap unless it is properly prepared for room temperature storage.If you’d like to bottle your wine for storage outside of the fridge, you can find out how to do that here.
  14. Age your cider. The character of your wine will change significantly as it ages.Harsh tastes or off-flavors will dissipate, and your wine will taste smoother and more flavorful. Age your wine for at least 3 weeks, racking it about once a week.
  15. Enjoy! Share your wine with our Brewsy communities, the First Pour Club and Club Brewsy.And be sure to reach out to us with any questions. You can text us at the number we texted you from about your order, message us on Facebook, or send us an email at
Notes: Fruit Wines 1 Gallon recipe, Equipment You will Need: 2 fermentation buckets or carboys for primary and · Ingredients You will Need: 4-6 lbs. · Yeast. Dry options- White wine

Homemade Grape Wine

Homemade Grape Wine
Homemade Grape Wine | Red Wine in 21 Days | with step by step photos and video. A simple recipe to prepare a red wine in 21 days. A bit stronger and is great for cooking as well as drinking.
Provided by: Desert Food Feed
Total time: 15 minutes
Prep time: 15 minutes
Yields: 1 serving
Cuisine: International
Number of ingredients: 12
  • 1/4 tsp Turmeric Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • Water as required
  • 500 gms Dark Purple Grapes
  • 500 gms Sugar
  • 3 tbsp Wheat
  • 1/2 tsp Instant Yeast
  • Egg White of an Egg
  • 2 Cardamoms
  • 1 stick of Cinnamon
  • 2 Cloves
  • 500 ml of Water (Boiled and cooled well)
How to cook:
  1. Firstly, let us clean the grapes. For that take grapes in a vessel.
  2. Add 1/4 tsp tumeric powder and 1/2 tsp salt along with some water to the grapes. Mix and allow the grapes to sit for 15 minutes. Since the grapes are thick the grapes wont absorb water.
  3. After 15 minutes wash and clean the grapes in runnung water for 2 to 3 times. Separate them one by one. Now, 500 gms of grapes are there.
  4. Using a cloth or tissue clean the grapes & pat dry them.
  5. Let us wash and clean the stone crock or glass jar using for wine making. Dry it completely.
  6. Now start adding the ingredients one by one. Firstly add 250 gms of grapes, followed by 250 gms of sugar, 3 tbsp whole wheat (2 tbsp crushed + 1 tbsp whole wheat), 1/2 tsp instant yeast, egg white of 1 egg, 2 cardamoms, 2 cloves, 1 " inch sized cinnamon stick, add the remaining 250 gms grapes and 250 gms of sugar. Finally, add 2 cups or 500 ml of boiled water after cooling.
  7. Fill only 3/4 portion of the wine jar.
  8. Now mix all the ingredients well for 2 to 3 minutes using a sterilised, cleaned and dried wooden spoon.
  9. Close the crack and keep it aside from sun light.
  10. After 3 days, open it and stir it using a completely dried spoon. Stir for atleast 1 minute. While stirring, try to crush some grapes using the spoon. Stir, every alternate day at the same time. While stirring, crush the grapes using the spoon.
  11. After 11 days.
  12. After 21 days, our wine is ready.
  13. Now strain the wine using a strainer or cloth. Using 500gms of grapes we got 1 ltr of red wine here.
Notes: Basic Red Wine, 1 Gallon Container. Add To Cart · 1 Airlock. Add To Cart · 1 Brewsy Bag. Add To Cart · 1 gallon of store-bought grape juice (we used Tropicana) · Granulated sugar (
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