I shop at FVW. Also have ordered from Midwest and my local, Maryland Home Brew.Be careful with E.C. Krause, been duped by them before, Try FineVineWines, if there is any problem with anything from there he stands behind his products 100%, usually cheaper also.
Heron Bay are local to my HBS Dan. the kits are A1 and the HBS owners guarantee the brand.. I am saving for one of their micro brewery reds..expensive but top of the range.. will let you know as soon as I can afford one and the full report of the finished wine.After hearing all the talk about RJS I wish there was a dealer around here. Of the five wine and brew suppliers around here, most of them only handle Wine Expert. I am ready to step up to the high end kits. We only drink off dry whites. I do get some of the Limited Editions also. Wade, any comment on Heron Bay's kits. I can get those at Presque Isle Winery not far from me. How do they compare to Wine Expert.
Good for you! I have found that every white zin or blush kit that I have done needs a little more time. This past fall I did a California white zin pail for the first time. Boy howdy, that is sooo much better than the kits.I did the smaller, 12 Litre, kit (Grand Cru International) it's now six months in the bottle and tastes pretty good now. Its likely that your wine will be better after six to 9 months.