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cpfan

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Presume you mean Island Mist, Niagara Mist, Orchard Breezin, and whatever else. Commercially there's Arbor Mist and Wild Vines.

Basically they are lower alcohol (7% approx) and sweet (3 - 6 on the BC scale, ie 25 - 65 g/l of sugar). You ferment the wine portion to dry as per usual, then add a sweetness/flavour pouch.

Many people love them in the summer on ice cubes (even the reds) possibly with some club soda to add a light sparkle.

Steve
 

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Presume you mean Island Mist, Niagara Mist, Orchard Breezin, and whatever else. Commercially there's Arbor Mist and Wild Vines.

Basically they are lower alcohol (7% approx) and sweet (3 - 6 on the BC scale, ie 25 - 65 g/l of sugar). You ferment the wine portion to dry as per usual, then add a sweetness/flavour pouch.

Many people love them in the summer on ice cubes (even the reds) possibly with some club soda to add a light sparkle.

Steve
ok thanks. i am just doing my first kit a orachard breezin and when i picked it out i didn't notice that there were other kits labeled mist wine.
 

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