You really can’t go back, so go with it, lots of us that don’t like sweet wine use the f pack the same way. It will boost your alcohol a bit in the long run, but it should be fine. If you decide you’d like to sweeten it a bit once its done, you can use a little sugar to do so. Just make sure to use the provided potassium sorbate before adding sugar.We started an island mist kit, and accidentally added the flavour pack instead of the juice bag. What do we do??
This may mute the flavors to some extent if the wine is left dry. Adding some sugar back after fermentation will sweeten the wine and help the fruit flavors to rise back into the spotlight. Most, if not all, fruit wines will reveal more of their fruit flavors when back sweetened. They key is to get the amount of sugar just right for your taste.A question on adding the f pack at the start, do you still get the flavor that the wine is suppose to be?
If you’ve been monitoring fermentation by tracking your specific gravity, you should be below 1.000 by now, unless you’re fermenting very cool. What is your SG today?So another question, what should the SG be at the 14 day mark? The directions have a range, but thats after you complete the day 14 steps.