Check here http://www.walkersfruitbasket.com/ Its 4.50 a gallon for Niagara. I even bought an extra gallon just to drink as juice it was so good.Dan,
I pay abot $11 to $14 a bottle for Niagagra wine, and (until I joined this forum) have not been able to find anyone who sells a kit for Niagara.
I'm still working on my first ever batch of wine...Summer Breeze Wild Berry White Zinfandel.
Hi Doug,Hi Julie,
How did you like the Niagrara concentrate? Niagara is one of my favorite wines, and is easy to find in the Penna., Maryland area. My favorite is from Chadsford Winery.
I am in the process of making my first batch of wine from a kit, and just discovered from this thread that Niagara concentrate is available...that will be my next batch. Can you share your receipe?
The fruit concentrates are very good but I am not sure how good the grape concentrates are. When I first started out I had bought some of their grape concentrates and they were pretty good but juice buckets are by far better than these concentrates.How it the body on these Concentrates? Anyone try the Merlot or the Cab? is the 5 gallon batch thin like a cheap kit?
I have not any reds but I have bought the reisling and a gewurtz and to be honest the body was good, the flavor was just a little lighter. Someone had told me they thought they were making their concentrates from seconds. BUT they fruit concentrates are very good, especially the blackberry!That's good to know... I was just looking for a cheap everyday drinking wine and I've been buying cheap paklab kits from ebay and doctor them up a bit... Seen these Concentrates and thought it might be even cheaper than those! I know a few people mentioned some concentrates were thin and really needed 2 cans instead of one... If that's the case with these that puts it into the 60-70 dollar range and I would rather buy a decent kit for that... But 30 for a cheap batch of decent wine seems like a pretty good deal!