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whine4wine

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Just wanted to officially say hello to every one.

I have posted a few times in the beginners area, and wanted to say thanks to everyone for their friendly, and fast responses.

I have always wanted to make wine, but finally took the plunge.
I've started a couple batches of apple wine. Variations of sort of a standard recipe from the web. One batch has a some concord grapes in it, the other has some blueberrys in it.
Not really looking for anything fancy for my first try, just sort of experimenting. Seeing if I can get the hang of this.

Once again thanks to everyone for putting up with yet another newbee's questions.:D

So much to read at this site! I think I will read up on meads next, There is a small apple orchard near me that has the best fresh honey. yum.:b
 

Runningwolf

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Welcome aboard and keep the questions coming. This is a never ending learning hobby.
 

Leanne

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We were all newbies sometime.
Mead is very rewarding to make. The flavours justify the work completely.
 

Wade E

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Welcome Whineforwine! Thats a great place for you to get all in one batch. Apple mead (Honey wine) is awesome and I actually have another batch clearing right now.
 
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the experimenting is the fun part! if you made the same "good" wine, it would be boring. you might be missing that "so good, i gotta hide it from myself somehow because it won't make it a month" wine batch.

keep on experimenting. oh and black currant mixes well with apple. we make it that way and it's always good.
 

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Glad to have you on the "boat" Whine. Happy to help anyway we can. but ask first! It'll save you alot of trouble and frustration in the end.

Troy
 

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Welcome aboard and glad to have you here.
 
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