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Pinot Noir - Master Vintner™ Small Batch Wine Recipe Kit


SKU# 40773

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The exotic bouquet of Master Vintner™ Pinot Noir captures luscious aromas of ripe red fruits and spiced chocolate in one gallon of hand-crafted wine.


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Product Details

Rich flavors of cherry and tart raspberry merge with notes of dark, juicy currants and bright red strawberry to complement a luxurious, velvety mouthfeel. Pairs well with sharp cheese, pork, veal and salmon.

Yield: 1 Gallon (approximately 5 wine bottles)

Age Master Vintner™ Pinot Noir with oak (not included) to develop an elegant and intense full-bodied wine, deep with refined tannins and notes of coffee and tobacco.

Additional Information
Support Documents:No
Wine StyleRed
Includes grape skin pack?No
Geographical Style/OriginNo
Primary GrapePinot Noir
Wine Kit Yield1 Gallon
Labels IncludedNo
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Small Batch Pinot Noir
This kit is everything you need to make a Very good wine. Instructions are easy to read and follow making the experience worthwhile. I have recently ordered an additional 15 Small Batch kits. After hours of searching for ingredients to make my own fruit wine, I instantly ordered the kits again. Great product at a great price! Would highly recommend this product to anyone looking to have fun!
February 19, 2018
2 months ago
Love it!
Just finished bottling the Pinot Noir and so pleased how good it is. This is my second batch of wine with the small batch kit, Chardonnay was equally good. I have already recommended this kit to friends and relatives with whom I have shared the finished product. Please add Sav Blanc in the future, that is my wife's favorite.
March 30, 2017
1 year ago
Pinot Noir Master Vintor Small Batch
Easy process, good quality ingredients, qreat tasting and bodied wine.
August 3, 2016
pinot noir, and shiraz small batch
I brought both of the above. Both started with a SG of about 1.113, The pinot noir came in at 1.095 and is boteled, not tasted. The shiraz is still working.
May 5, 2016
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The kit contains a packet of bentonite but the instructions contain no reference to it. Is this just extra or should it be used at some point?
Ron M on May 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Ok, that would dissolved in a little bit of warm water and added to the diluted concentrate just before adding the yeast. Sorry, I believe there was a batch that went out with those missing from the instructions.
Does this kit include metabisulphite, siligel, liquigel, etc? Or is it just the juice? I don't see anything in the product details indicating exactly what's included.
E R on Jun 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This kit includes the sulfite, yeast, and clarifiers need to make this recipe.
What is the target original gravity for this kit? The generic instructions included with the kit 1.080 - 1.095. My first attempt at the kit and the og is ~1.113
Ron M on Apr 10, 2016

Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! The gravity should be around the 1.080-1.095 range. It is possible that you got a little extra juice with your kit. Do you have exactly a gallon of fluid in your fermenter, or is it possible that there is a little less water in there? Either way, with the gravity that you have, the wine will still turn out quite well. I hope that this helps!
is this all pinot or a blend of grapes?
K I on Nov 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This kit is all Pinot.

Gabe from NB
What all is included in the kit? Does this come with the equipment or just the recipe and ingredients?
A shopper on Mar 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi there, it is just a recipe kit so it comes with just the instructions and ingredients, not the equipment. We do sell an equipment kit that works with this kit, SKU 7810. Cheers!
What kind of oak cubes would be recommended?
Matthew R on Jan 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Pinot Noir is a somewhat fragile red grape that is difficult to grow - its ancestral home is the Burgundy area in France. Kevin Zrally calls it the white wine masquerading as a red wine - perfect for fish, fowl, veal, and pork chops. folks call it "user-friendly" because it pairs well with food. It is always made in a light bodied to medium bodied style with ample fruit and acidity. Its not anything like Corvini/Rondenella (make Amarone & Repasso)) Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot (Bordeaux red blend), Nebbiolo (makes Barbaresco, Barolo), or Chateauneuf-du-Pape So with oak... always GO LIGHT - lightly toasted oak and DO NOT overwhelm it.

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