Are you in the US?Where is the best place to get the RJS ST? They used to run much less than I am seeing from a google search.
https://www.homebrewsupply.com/rj-spagnols-en-primeur-italian-super-tuscan-18-l.htmlWhere is the best place to get the RJS ST? They used to run much less than I am seeing from a google search.
If you feel the need to find a better deal than this, you should probably resort to moonshine....
Better, worse or going to turn out about the same? Just curious before I buy two of these kits. Thanks!While I have made many of these RJS Super Tuscan kits; the last ones that I made (purchased in July of this year) did not include the American toasted oak spirals that were previously part of this kit. Now all the oak is added to the primary fermenter. The resulting wine (at a relatively early stage) is a bit different, possibly due to this change.
Of course you could add some American toasted oak to your wine in the carboy.
Well, the wine will not be the same. Better or worse, I can't say. This wine previously had a strong influence from the toasted oak spirals in the carboy. One of my ongoing frustrations with wine kits in the last few years is that there seems to be a lack of consistency from year to year in a given kit.Better, worse or going to turn out about the same? Just curious before I buy two of these kits. Thanks!