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Chianti Winemaking from a Kit #355007
03/11/09 10:09 AM
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Lisa Shea Offline OP

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We made chianti wine from a kit a few years back. We still have some bottles of it! Here are the step by step photos.

http://www.wineintro.com/making/batches/chianti/


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Re: Chianti Winemaking from a Kit [Re: Lisa Shea] #356359
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Have you guys tried to make Amarone? We are in the process of doing so now. It seems simple enough but the cost of this is pretty high. Dont want to mess this one up.


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Re: Chianti Winemaking from a Kit [Re: Larryissoamazing] #356375
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Nope, we tend to stick with Chianti and Cabernet. How si the amarone going?


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Re: Chianti Winemaking from a Kit [Re: Lisa Shea] #358393
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Originally Posted By: Lisa Shea
We made chianti wine from a kit a few years back. We still have some bottles of it! Here are the step by step photos.

http://www.wineintro.com/making/batches/chianti/

Such a very amazing link!

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