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Old 10-01-2012, 03:21 AM   #81
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This one is from grape juice. We have others from cherry, blueberry, rhubarb, honey, blackberry, current, and more grape. .. Its a great, rewarding hobby.
I would love if you PM'ed the process to me. My grandpa used to make wine. That's the one thing I never learned from him... I would love to start this hobbie!
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I would love if you PM'ed the process to me. My grandpa used to make wine. That's the one thing I never learned from him... I would love to start this hobbie!
Me too!! My Granny and I were going to make wine together but she passed away and the "recipe" she had for it is missing.
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This one is from grape juice. We have others from cherry, blueberry, rhubarb, honey, blackberry, current, and more grape. .. Its a great, rewarding hobby.
And me to if ya dont mind
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how about this. stay tuned, ill make a nice thread about the steps with pictures and all. but it will take me a couple weeks to compile it all.
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Today I am drinking hot tea with honey in it. I have a sick belly.
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Today I am drinking hot tea with honey in it. I have a sick belly.
i drink it evenwhen im healthy.. its so yummy
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how about this. stay tuned, ill make a nice thread about the steps with pictures and all. but it will take me a couple weeks to compile it all.
That'll work!
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That sounds great. Will it be followed by a wine tasting at your house?
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That sounds great. Will it be followed by a wine tasting at your house?
if you desire to make the long drive. we love visiters. hehe.. i smell a wine and cheese night!
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if you desire to make the long drive. we love visiters. hehe.. i smell a wine and cheese night!
You could do a virtual wine tasting.... but that would just be cruel!
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