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PAwinedude

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Getting ready to start Cab Sauv Del Veneto

Should I add raisins to this $175 kit?

Is it a waste of time?

Would it hurt?

thanks
 

Green Mountains

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Getting ready to start Cab Sauv Del Veneto

Should I add raisins to this $175 kit?

Is it a waste of time?

Would it hurt?

thanks

I'm thinking a $175 kit is pretty damn good on its own and might not want to mess with it. Then again, I've never ventured further than 80 or 90 bucks for a kit. so....I don't know...
 

Wade E

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I would not play with this kit, these are fabulous all by themselves!
 

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I'm thinking a $175 kit is pretty damn good on its own and might not want to mess with it. Then again, I've never ventured further than 80 or 90 bucks for a kit. so....I don't know... While coming of age in the 70's, I remember Lambrusco being the "it" wine of the times. I couldn't resist picking up the "Wine of the Month" MM Vinifera Noble Lambrusco kit. I do remember the wine being fizzy but not really a sparkling wine. Question: Do I just NOT degass to keep the co2?....or just degass a little? and if so, will a regular cork hold everything in?
 

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It should not be fizzy. By not degassing you run a chance of having your corks POP.
I would degass the wine and enjoy the wine.
 
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