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One of the advantages of making country wines is that you do not have to make your wine when the fruit is in season. Most fruit and vegetables can be frozen ('time shifted') until you are ready to make your wine. The freezing process enhances the extraction of colour and flavour in most instances, by breaking down the cell structure of the fruit, flower, herb or vegetable.
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A basic fruit wine recipe may be down loaded from the following link
Basic Fruit Wine Recipe
John Lee Gold Medal Wine recipes
These recipes are presented as 'decoded' from John'srecipe cards
- they may not be 100% accurate and rely on our interpretation of some of his abbreviations
An archive of Jack Keller's Country Winemaking recipes provided for posterity