Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Making Kit For 3 Gallons

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  • Price: $39.99
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Making your own wine is satisfying and easy.  As long as you ferment great juice, keep everything sanitary, and give it enough time to age (3 months or more for whites, 6 months or more for reds), you will get great wine.

Here at William’s, we have developed our William’s California Wine Kits with this philosophy in mind. Our Kits include 116 ounces of pure California varietal grape concentrate, condensed at temperatures that never exceed 180 degrees F. from Central Valley wine grapes picked at their ripe peak in the late Summer and early Fall. To complement the varietal juice, specially selected dry wine yeast, oak chips, and nutrient are also included as needed. Unlike many wine kits featuring added sugar, this 116 ounces of pure concentrate is all that is needed (except for the yeast and additives) to produce 3 gallons of varietal wine.

REFRIGERATION REQUIRED: Refrigerate this product upon receipt. Shelf life is 4 weeks after receipt if refrigerated. 

Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most popular California varieties, and is ideal for the true red wine lover than can age their wine for 3 years or more. This grape produces a full and rich red wine, with more boldness and dry tannin flavors than Merlot. You can easily age this one for 4 years and have it continually improve.

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Review by Joseph on 4/12/2013

Used this item earlier this year and found it to be excellent, wine came great and kit was easy to use. Thanks. I also used the muscat concentrate this year and it too was easy to use and made a fine wine for us. Thanks for the great products.

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Dec 12, 2017 by David

Q: I have a 12L 3.2 gallon Speidel plastic fermenter. Could I ferment the 2.5 gallons of wine in this and the transfer to a 3 gallon glass carboy for the secondary?

A: Yes, this will work.


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