Basic wine making is the same regardless of how much you make or to some degree, the type of fruit you use. So if you have any fruits available you can also try small batches of Peach, Apple, Blueberry, BlackBerry wine. The experience is the same just some different characteristics. Not everyone enjoys fruit wines but they also offer the advantage that friends and critics are likely to not have much to compare your wine to. And it's a novelty as well. Don't know what the popular and common fruits are there but if you have a few 1 gallon or 4 liter glass jugs around you could give it a try. I know it sounds like I'm pushing Fruit wines.... yeah I admit it. I make them because I like them and cannot find true fruit wines around. A peach is not all that different from a Riesling and you can make it semi-sweet, sweet, or even off-dry as well. Since I am assuming that it's rolling into your spring time weather, fresh fruits may be more affordable or even wild berries can be found. Welcome the Wine makers fold.