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Alexander's Merlot 46 oz.


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Popular red with round, fruity flavors.


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Popular red with round, fruity flavors.

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great product, no "can" taste at all
easy to use, consistent between cans.
great results, even young wine before aging.
December 21, 2017
1 year ago
Wine grape concentrates
I purchased this Merlot concentrate to make a Merlot/Barley wine hybrid. I found the recipe on the Web and it is going to be my next brew. I am going to age it on oak cubes for about a year, it will be a long time before I enjoy the results.
February 2, 2016
works good done right
i liked this best as a one gallon, at one gallon the acidity was about .34 exactly what more than one of my wine kits were so i ferment it just the way it is as a one gallon and leave the acidity alone. sun country is so on the money every time i dont even test it any more..i have a two gallon fermenter with a one gallon mark.i just open the can pour it and enough perifide water to reach the mark alittle extra for what i lose fermenting ..and its ready to go....and basically follow the wine expert instrucions and make a one gallon with sun country.they taste real close.. it worked with pasteur red,premier cuvee,icv gree,white labs,bdx ,212....
August 8, 2010
Canned Juice?
I recently concocted an idea for a 'scratch' blackberry wine but was in need of something to add 'backbone' to the fruit wine and provide a bit of vinousness.Not wanting to get into a 'huge' (...for me) batch and risk wasting a bunch of $'s buying a 6-gallon wine kit on an unproven recipe, I decided that Alexander's just might be the answer I was looking for.My initial response was one of skepticism, but as the ferment has progressed those feelings and suspicions have faded. My wine is laying back for an extended secondary keeping a small amount of oak company and driving me completely nutz waiting for it.Odd as it may sound, a canned concentrate like this one was exactly what I needed and killer convenient to boot.I won't hesitate in the future in turning to Alexander's concentrates to fill this application.Rj.
August 11, 2009
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What is the yield on this can of concentrate
G E on Mar 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 2.5 gallons
How much water needs to be added to each can?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I used the 46oz can to make a gallon of wine - about 4 bottles of wine when complete. 46oz puts you at just under 6 cups of the 16 cups needed to make a gallon. So you'll add about 10 more cups of water. Once you get to 10 cups of water, then you need to add smaller amounts of water or sugar to get the right sugar levels before starting the first fermentation.
Is this a true Merlot grape?
A shopper on Mar 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This is merlot grape juice concentrate. Despite the 1970s label, it's a good product.

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