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Winexpert Vintner's Reserve Riesling Wine Recipe Kit
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Our Riesling wine kit from Vinter's Reserve is almost as easy to make as it is to enjoy! Vintner's Reserve wine concentrate kits offer excellent quality flavors and aromas, and are a great way to learn how to make wine at home!

This wine kit includes 2.5 Gallons of concentrate and yields approximately 6 Gallons of finished wine. It is nomrally ready to bottle in about 4 weeks, but we recommend allowing at least 4-6 weeks in the bottle before enjoying!

The pride of German winemaking, this popular varietal produces a light, refreshing, well-balanced white wine, which is smooth and is easy to drink. A great match with seafood and chicken entrees.
Sweetness: Dry | Body: Light-Medium | Oak Intensity: None

Item # W278
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 28LBS
Grape StyleRiesling
White, Red, or RoseWhite
Product LineVintner's Reserve
Skin Pack IncludedN
Ready In4-5 Weeks
Concentrate Volume10L
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My daughters new wine choice.
Michael F on Feb 13, 2018
My daughters new wine choice.
Michael F on Feb 13, 2018

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Great wine
Easy to make. Most of all I made it for my wife and she loves it. I'm making it again. Good buy.
May 19, 2015
Nice entry kit.
This was my first batch of wine and I thought it came out great! Its a nice dry riesling which is exactly what I was looking for, but still had considerable fuit character in it too. I definitely will make this again.
May 14, 2013
Watch your FG
Nice kit with good flavor. I found that unchecked it will finish way too dry. Easily confused for an under oaked Chardonnay. If I got this again I would check gravity more often and kill off the yeast before they remove all the residual sweetness.
May 6, 2013