Just wait. Leave it alone for a week. If you see a separation with clearer wine on top and cloudy wine below, you’re fine. It will clear in time.Ok, just finished this kit for the wife the other day and had her taste it, she love it but wanted it a little sweeter. I had about a cup and a half of the f pack left in the fridge and added it to the carboy and as I expected it clouded up. It’s been 2 days and still cloudy should I just let nature take its course and clear or hit with another clarifier?
Go slow. Never bottle from a carboy with residue at the bottom (always bottle from a clean carboy).Thanks for the reply jgmann67. It’s been a few days now and it’s clearing up and believe I’ll be able to bottle this weekend
Looks nice. And great use for old floppy disk labels. Perfect!I am Bottling a Kit of this Moskato today. Just the one gallon size, and when I tasted a bit of it between carboys it seemed just fine.
Will report back later today after bottling.
edit: OKAY! That didn't take long. Cool! This is a very tasty wine, and this my first batch of Wine seems to have turned out very well.
I have tried Raywood Moscato from the central CA coast, and Cupcake Moskato from Italy. This is just as good as those.
(Disclaimer: I don't know much about wines.)
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edit2: I bought a Portuguese-style corker (and sanitized it) and a heat gun on the sleeves.
Labels are printed on some old stock meant for 3-1/4 inch floppy discs.