Thursday, November 4, 2010

So has your 2010 wine gone south?

It happens.  Maybe you had H2S issues you couldn't recover from.  Maybe too much oxygenation.  Maybe your primary didn't complete and you can't restart.  Here are a few options if your wine from this fall's grapes has become undrinkable:

Chile-  Chile will be experiencing their grape harvest about time it is spring in the US.  April or May.  You can get fresh grapes from a few suppliers or order frozen must fresh from the 2011 spring harvest.  Check my references/tools page for more information or send us an email.

Frozen pails from the US-  There are a few suppliers that stock frozen must available year-round.  No matter where you live they can ship it to you, overnight.  It may involve a trip to the airport to pick it up, but that's about it. 

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