Greetings All- I reside near Greenville, SC. Started making wine about 3 years ago from Muscadine grapes we grow in the backyard. Typically between 10 and 15 gallons a year. First 2 years was a backyard bare bones process. It was good at best. This past fall we started with specific measurements, hydrometer readings and all the other stuff to make better quality wine. What a difference. Started a strawberry wine 5 weeks ago for our first attempt at something new. Primary went 5 days, then transferred to carboy under an airlock. Racked it off the lees last night for the first time since we had 3 consistent readings on the hydrometer. Sampled about 8 ounces between myself and my neighbor, who is my racking sampling partner in crime, Color is nice, tastes a bit on the grapefruit side, was expecting more of a strawberry taste. Plan is to give it another month in a carboy under airlock, sample it and then see what adjustments we will make. Looking forward to expanding my knowledge from this site.