Homemade Blackberry Wine Recipe!
Two wine recipes in as many weeks! Well, get used to it for the next while - I've been digging through all of my wine notes, and pulled out a bunch to blog!
Until recently, we haven't really done any wine making in several years. We sold off most of our equipment - and gave away our huge collection of homemade wine - before we moved back to Canada a couple years ago. Also, as we'd known we would be moving, we stopped making wine a few years before the move. As it takes a year or so to make, it didn't make a lot of sense to keep increasing the size of our collection, after all!
Before we moved, however, we made a TON of wine. Far more than we would have ever been able to drink, but hey - it was a fun activity to do together, and it makes a great gift!
Some of the recipes we'd developed back then have been some of the most popular recipes on this blog. Watermelon Wine and Banana Wine in particular are usually in our top 3 posts, with Mango Wine being not far behind!
Anyway, we recently re-purchased some equipment to go back to making SMALL batches of wine. We don't know enough people here to justify making 5-6 gallon batches anymore, and - frankly - the pandemic situation is not making us want to expand our meager social circle!
But hey, at least we'll have wine on hand, right?
Anyway, you can expect a new wine recipe every week for the next couple of months, at the very least. That'll get me past the bulk of the backlog, and give you a ton of variety to play with!
If you haven't yet read our "Wine Making 101" series, you'll definitely want to start there, to learn the basics of what all will be involved here:
After reading up on that, I suggest reading the info on my Homemade Cherry Wine Recipe, for a bit more information into sugars and how they work.
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More Wine Recipes
While you've got your Homemade Blackberry Wine fermenting away, why not consider putting a batch of something else on, to occupy your wait time?
Here are a few of my other wine recipes:
Homemade Banana Wine Recipe
Homemade Blueberry Recipe
Homemade Cherry Recipe
Homemade Clementine Mead Recipe
Homemade Cranberry Clementine Christmas Wine Recipe
Homemade Faux Lingonberry Wine Recipe
Homemade Hard Apple Cider Recipe
Homemade Mango Wine Recipe
Homemade Mint Wine Recipe
Homemade Newfoundland Partridgeberry Wine Recipe
Homemade Strawberry Wine Recipe
Homemade Watermelon Wine Recipe
ANYWAY. Let's get to that recipe, shall we? The sooner you get on it, the sooner you'll be able to enjoy some Homemade Blackberry Wine of your own!
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