Depending on your location, you can source a "juice bucket" of various muscat type grapes. I have several places I can get them from locally to me (within an hour or so). All you have to do is warm them up (they are usually refrigerated to just above freezing), and add some yeast. If you want to get fancy you can test the pH and TA, but normally you can make a good muscat wine without worrying about that. If you want a sweeter wine, after the bucket ferments and clears, I add some sorbate before adding some sugar solution to back sweeten the wine. There are online tools that can help you determine how much sugar to add to get the sweetness you desire in the finished wine. Just hunt and peck around this forum, there is a lot of information right here. Have fun!Thanks for the input. I may buy a RJS kit and give it a try. The recipe comes with it . Right?