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  1. #11
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    Re: In Vino Veritas

    If you guys have had a chance to try my organic homemade wine, you wouldn't be interested in external sources, I.e. articles or such.

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    Re: In Vino Veritas

    I don't understand what you mean by that Princess.

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    Re: In Vino Veritas

    organic homemade wine
    If I'm not mistaken, organic wine contains NO LOW sulfites...am I right?
    Last edited by Steve; November 29th, 2014 at 09:56 PM. Reason: Corrected Miss-statement Thank you DJB
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  4. #14

    Re: In Vino Veritas

    At least no added sulfites. Only those produced naturally in small quantities during fermentation. Technically the are low sulfite rather than no sulfite.


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    Re: In Vino Veritas

    No added anything. Natural fermentation. It is a family tradition from a few generations. The taste and quality are more than superior.

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    It takes organic grapes and raspberries and 6-8 weeks.

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    Re: In Vino Veritas

    When making wine this way, how do you stop fermentation prior to bottling, which conventinal vintners do by introducing sulfite.
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  7. #17
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    Re: In Vino Veritas

    Takes 3 months if you don't use substitute. My husband uses something else that is not conventional, I have to research it better. My parents/grandparents were using a technology to transfer the wine from one barrel to another multiple times until you get rid of the sediment and becomes clear.

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    In fact, he gets herbal additives at times from Europe. In my experience the casual wine drinking culture is an anti-drugs culture. There were no drug addicts in the country, in the towns, where the wineries were. Wine makers and fans are pretty resilient to using drugs. I personlly think marijuana is not unhealthy as well, but the joint culture is part of the drug abuse culture, meaning, a lot of people who smoke joint have the mentality to switch to something "stronger"

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