I’d count it as 15 months, it’s been wine that long....but that’s just me, FWIW.So I shouldn't count last 15 months since my peach wine finished fermentation as aging time because :
1) It still has a significant haze to it. So it's not clear.
2) I haven't added sorbate, K-Meta and back-sweetened it either. So it's not stable.
Then again since it's made with peaches and not grapes - it's not wine either by some folks here.
I find that rather odd.
Agreed - Whatever date a person chooses is fine - Unless you are selling the wine commercially, it really doesn't matter.I’d count it as 15 months, it’s been wine that long....but that’s just me, FWIW.
Most kits have a date code on them, there’s a thread here somewhere detailing how to interpret each manufacturers code. For me, the date code wouldn’t be useful in determining how long the wine had aged, the fermentation date would be. Typically, with fresh grape wines, that vintage date is enough, but there are exceptions like:For beer I put the brew date and bottled date down. That tells ME what I want to know. I'll probably do the same with the wine I started. But then again, in wine don't folks talk about the vintage? So, if you have the origin of the grape the year would that be enough? My kit doesn't list a 'vintage' that I can see though.