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Re: wine has a jelly on top

Do you have a vinegar 'mother' growing? Or is it more of a Sherry bloom? H.Jack McCunn Jr. Denton, Tx. Zone 7b Santa Fe, Tx. Zone 9 940-300-4987 To:
H.Jack McCunn_Jr.
Mar 11
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15618

Re: wine has a jelly on top

I've seen this as a home winemaker when making elderberry wine. Siphon off the liquid beneath the gel and check it. First by smell and then if okay taste it.
Jim Baker
Mar 11
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15617

wine has a jelly on top

I am making a wine, started last fall and it now has a jelly looking stuff on the top. Has anyone seen this? If so what is the fix for this? Thanks, Karl
kofted
Mar 11
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15616

sharp-regret

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Eddie Cope
Jan 19
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15615

As winter settles in...

How's everyone doing in getting your grape plants ready for winter? You growers in the far north, is it warming up so you don't have to bury your plants to
thomasgiannou
Dec 1, 2014
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15614

Re: 41st Annual US Amateur Winemaking Competition

Just a rimder that entriesa re due by 11/8! Just a reminder that entries are due by 11/8! Good luck to all! Best, Andy
acorad2003
Oct 29, 2014
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15613

France- from London Telegraph

By David Chazan in Paris 7:04PM BST 22 Oct 2014 French winemakers have demanded emergency funding to deal with an "incurable" grape disease which they fear
garden03048
Oct 23, 2014
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15612

Re: Final Tally Norton

I crushed on 9/29 and added yeast 71B-1122. Added ML culture 10/7 Pressed on 10/20. Last test today pH = 3.94, TA = 6.5 As I read the blog cited below, I
Ned Smith
Oct 23, 2014
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15611

Re: Add to Norton

Well, if you aren't using it in a punch. H.Jack McCunn Jr. Denton, Tx. Zone 7b Santa Fe, Tx. Zone 9 940-300-4987 To: growgrapes@yahoogroups.com From:
H.Jack McCunn_Jr.
Oct 22, 2014
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15610

Re: Add to Norton

I've used it with the wine from the Mustangs, and with grapes that had to be harvested early. H.Jack McCunn Jr. Denton, Tx. Zone 7b Santa Fe, Tx. Zone 9
H.Jack McCunn_Jr.
Oct 22, 2014
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15609

Re: Add to Norton

Jack, You mean there's actually a use for that raunchy MD 2020 wine? Lol. Best Regards, Thomas Giannou http://www.tandjenterprises.com From:
Thomas Giannou
Oct 21, 2014
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15608

Re: Add to Norton

I find Carlo Rossi Burgundy a good enough neutral topping off wine for the stronger grapes like Norton. Mike ... From: growgrapes@yahoogroups.com
Mike
Oct 21, 2014
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15607

Add to Norton

I put the wine into three smaller containers. That is a little less than 6 gal. from 86# of grapes. Ned Smith N 34,53,38.13 W 85,28,17.10 Near Chattanooga, TN
Ned Smith
Oct 21, 2014
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15606

Re: Add to Norton

Lots of people (home vintners) do this. A cheap flabby jug wine can help with the acids if a wine is too acidic. A high tannin store bought wine can help a
H.Jack McCunn_Jr.
Oct 21, 2014
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15605

Re: Add to Norton

One you like! H.Jack McCunn Jr. Denton, Tx. Zone 7b Santa Fe, Tx. Zone 9 940-300-4987 To: growgrapes@yahoogroups.com From: growgrapes@yahoogroups.com Date:
H.Jack McCunn_Jr.
Oct 21, 2014
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