Cabernet Sauvignon - Master Vintner™ Small Batch Wine Recipe Kit

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Wonderfully complex flavors of currants, blackberry and chocolate burst from this crowd-pleasing wine.


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Cabernet Sauvignon - Master Vintner® Small Batch Wine Recipe Kit

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Master Vintner™ Cabernet Sauvignon makes one gallon of medium-bodied wine with moderate tannins, featuring savory notes of dark, dried fruit behind aromas of ripe plum and vanilla.

Yield: 1 Gallon (approximately 5 wine bottles)

Master Vintner™ Cabernet Sauvignon gains depth and complexity with oak aging (not included), developing an aroma of peppery-spice that melts into flavors of smoked cedar, coffee and tobacco.

Additional Information
Support Documents:No
Wine StyleRed
Includes grape skin pack?No
Geographical Style/OriginNo
Primary GrapeCabernet Sauvignon
Wine Kit Yield1 Gallon
Labels IncludedNo
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Still fermenting
So far so good Only the bentonite issue found so far. I expect it will take a bit longer to get to dryness than the instructions note
July 26, 2016
Easy Peazy
An ideal batch size for someone who wants some wine, but not a load of bottles of the same variety. The instructions are easy to follow, and the ingredients yield a simply smashing product. Buy...make...enjoy -- it's just so easy!
July 25, 2016
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Can you add oak chips to this batch? If so, how many?
R U on Nov 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey Russ

You can definitely add oak chips to this batch. The recommended "dosage" would be 2.5-

oz per 5 gallons

and would need to be in contact with the wine for two to three months. I'd say that an ounce or so would do the trick without having to weigh out partial ounces. The type of oak cube would be up to you as far as what you're looking to get out of it. There are descriptions for all of the oak cubes that we sell right on our website.
Is this wine suitable for long term aging, IE: 5-10 years?
V A on Aug 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I imagine if stored under conducive temperature and light conditions, there's no reason why not. Bottles of this that I'm opening a few months after bottling are tasting better and better as they age.
I have a packet of benzonite in my kit, it's labelled 'Packet A' , but the instructions don't say when to add it to the wine before/during fermentation....
I'd assume Packet A is added near the beginning, but...thought it best to ask.
D F on Jun 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Bentonite is the first addition added. Mix with a small amount of warm water and stir well, place in the bottom of the fermentor, then add the juice. Sorry if there is no mention. Not all kits actually need this additive.

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