Category Archive: Homemade Wine

Saving Wine

By now, I’ve talked about my oak leaf wine a few times. It’s been fermenting for close to 9 months, and it is still horribly sweet. OK, it’s not really horrible, but it’s way too sweet. I’m guess in the Montrachet yeast is pretty much finished. After talking to some other brewers, I came up …

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Episode 13 – Oak Leaf Wine

Last summer I made a batch of oak leaf wine, based on a cross-section of several recipes I found online. In this episode, I discuss some of the challenges I encountered and how surprisingly long it is taking to ferment.

Oak Leaf Wine

Inspiration I have been homebrewing for almost five years now, and in my first year I heard about oak leaf wine. Members of my homebrew club raved about an oak leaf wine a previous member had made and brought to a club meeting. It was so smooth, and the flavor reminded them of a mild …

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