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Loquat Wine Recipe

Loquat Wine Recipe

Loquats are also known as Chinese or Japanese plums. The trees are usually very tall, with the leaves grouped and the fruit clustered near the leaves. The fruits somewhat resemble apricots in size and color but have several large seeds. This tree bears very early in spring, sometimes in late March or early April; in fact the biggest problem we have in gathering this noble fruit is that it is so eager to bear that often a late frost will kill the whole crop.

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Fresh Fig Wine

Fresh Fig Wine

Figs are interesting in that they are used in dozens of recipes, but almost always as dried fruit. Fresh figs are rare in recipes, and a "pure fig wine" is rarer still. However, I have one for you and you can multiply it out for 3, 5, 6-1/2, or as many gallons as you have the fermentation containers for. One package of wine yeast will handle from 1 to 5 gallons of wine.

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Carrot Wine Recipe

Carrot Wine Recipe

Carrots are naturally sweet but have no acid. To compensate this carrot wine recipe adds oranges and lemons. This recipe makes a wine that is rich in taste and golden in colour. It’s great for using up damaged or misshapen carrots at the end of the season.

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Quince Wine recipe

Quince Wine recipe

The Asian Quince, or Cydonia Oblonga, is native to western Asia and has been imported throughout the world. The plants is a small tree producing white flowers and tart, aromatic, many-seeded, apple-like fruit that are edible only when cooked.

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Raisin Wine

Raisin Wine

By Kristina Werden Raisins make a great-tasting wine. Raisins are available any time of the year, so you don't have to wait for them to be in season. You can also use raisins to add body to other fruit wines. Dark raisins make a dark, brown-colored wine, while golden raisins make a golden-colored wine. The following steps will show you how to make a basic raisin wine.

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