Now yo will miss the wine. Or..... did you buy some bottles to? (big grin)GreetingsPeterhttp://peterscave.blogspot.com/
with that, you're equipped!This product is cheap, even in your country...it's strange... who can put wine in bottles????Now, I want to paint Indians! medieval is good but I have the nostalgia of the Greats Plains !
Making your own wine is a pretty big hobby in Sweden (maybe elsewhere too). I know a lot of people trying to make their own wine. The problem is: it's never as good as the wine you buy. Some make beer too, but that's really horrible. Some make booze too, but that's illegal. Painting indians? When this is ready, Pascal, you better get ready. But it will probalbly take a year or two. Missing the wine? Damned! I knew I forgot something! (bigger grin!)
I make both beer and wine, and both can easily be superior to the commercial products with a little forethought, even the first time out. All they need to do is read about ten books and magazines to learn to fix the problems they are having. It's usually about sanitizing, temperature, etc, simple things to fix really.There are styles where what seem to be problems may not really be, but that a taste was not developed for what was happening in the brew.Peter will be well aware that Belgians aim at effects that Americans might find horrifying --because they are not used to that effect is all. The same could be true where you are. It is illegal here for the distilled spirits, but the other two are legal, and is a big hobby here too. There was a Whiskey Rebellion in the US shortly after independence when the government tried to enforce their taxes, and it occurred right near were some of the Euro vs Indian actions took place. The militia went after the rebels.