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Recipes for a muscat flavor wine

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Britta

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My father and I are in talks about making some wine this season. He has a vineyard of seedless grapes in Missouri, and we have a newer "test" variety called Jupiter. I have read it has a muscat flavor. We are looking for wine recipes that might suit this grape. Any suggestions?
 

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My suggestion is to keep the two grapes seperate. Once your wine is finished, you can then blend them. You may find that the grapes stand best on their own. If not, you can then experiment with the proportions of one grape to another by blending the finished products.
 

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Maybe I wasn't clear enough. We were only intending to use the jupiter grape which is seedless, purple, and has a muscat flavor. I am looking for a recipe that might suit this grape.
 

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Thanks. The vineyard is Two Hawks outside of St. James, MO.
 

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Recipe for a flavor wine
* 1 ct to mash fruit in, Stone or possibly Enamel. ((No Aluminum))
* 1 quart Fruit, or possibly more.
* 1/4 tsp Yeast, Plain dry bakers yeast or possibly Wine Yeast.
* 3 lb Sugar, (6 c. is approximately 3 lbs.)
* Cloth to strain out pulp.
* 1 ct for fermentation, (1 Gallon ) Glass or possibly Plastic jug will do.
I like your recipe too.
 

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