Last Years Rhubarb/Gooseberry/Elderflower Wine help!!

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otis pony

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Hi, need some advice.  I have wine in demijohns which I made last year.  Will it still be OK to bottle and drink?  The djs haven't been moved but have not been kept in the dark, anyone with any suggestions?   :unsure:
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Re: Last Years Rhubarb/Gooseberry/Elderflower Wine help!!
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2010, 20:42 »
Is it still sat on sediment?
If so it may impart a flavor or aroma, but the modern yeast are good and it could be OK.
If you racked and filtered the no problem, it will be better being a larger volume during maturing. :lol: :lol:

Few seem to keep them in the dark in reality, light may "bleach" it a little, so it may be a little paler then otherwise. :( :(

Bottle, drink and enjoy. If not great then cook with it. :D :D :D

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Re: Last Years Rhubarb/Gooseberry/Elderflower Wine help!!
« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2010, 22:49 »
Hi, Great news! thx! The gooseberry is sat on it's sediment but others were racked.  Will get bottling and get ready for the elderberries!



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