Pinot Grigio Wine Kit - Master Vintner Winemaker's Reserve
Ready to savor the taste of success? Discover Master Vintner Pinot Grigio -- a crisp dry white wine scented with citrus and a clean finish that lingers on minerals, white fruits and almonds. And it's yours for the making with the Master Vintner Pinot Grigio wine recipe kit.
Packed with the freshest winemaking ingredients, this foolproof recipe kit crafts six gallons of medium-bodied wine that marries lush drinkability with smooth refinement. Light straw tinged with green, your wine will feature up-front lemon, grapefruit, and pear notes that give way to floral aromas. While the crisp, zesty acidity makes it dance on the palate.
Pair with white fish and light seafood dishes, like sole in beurre blanc, grilled halibut or broiled oysters. For a zesty treat, try it with a ceviche. Pinot Grigio also works with sliced pears and soft cheese (or white stilton!)--and even with calamari on a sunny patio.
Serve cool (52-55 ºF) rather than ice cold, to bring out the citrus and pear aromas, and try it with a splash of soda and a lime wedge for a brilliant spritzer at your next party.
Yield: 6 Gallons
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The kit arrived promptly, even amidst the pandemic. Instructions were straightforward and easy to follow. The wine went into bottles this weekend; it's well-balanced, tasty, and I hope it will improve further after a few months' aging. This was the first wine I've made and I'd recommend it highly.
The kit made a very good wine.
For my first time making wine this is a very good and easy to make wine!
In the past, I have purchased the much more expensive Sauv Blanc wine kit which came with oak chips, somewhat more detailed instructions and even wine labels. But this inexpensive kit, also with oak chips, came out somewhat better IMHO. It is fruity, slightly sweet, and cleared easily and quickly. Certainly had I paid $10-15 for a bottle I would have been quite satisfied. So highly recommend giving this kit a try. My worse experience with the Sauv Blanc kit may have been the result of using those cheap composite (cork) corks.My guess is you get what you pay for. After 6 months, some of the bottles had wine halfway up the side. After a year, at least one bottle had wine a quarter inch from the exit. I bought the synthetic corks to solve that problem. So far after several months there seems to be no "creepage" of the wine. That was the exception, not the rule with those cheap composite corks.
Love this wine kit along with all the other Master Vintner Wine making kits. I have used this brand of wine kit many times and have always been very happy with the out come, can's go wrong with these kits