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1 Making Exotic Wines by Jack Keller The Winemaking Home Page

2 ex·ot·ic adj. 1. From another part of the world; foreign.

3 ex·ot·ic adj. 1. From another part of the world; foreign. 2. Intriguingly unusual or different; excitingly strange.

4 ex·ot·ic adj. 1. From another part of the world; foreign. 2. Intriguingly unusual or different; excitingly strange. 3. Of or involving striptease.

5 Jabotica Fruit Mangosteen Rambutan Jackfruit Lychee

6 Jabotica Fruit Mangosteen Rambutan Jackfruit Lychee

7 Gooseberries PawPaw Black Raspberries Pomegranate Elderberries

8 Longans Saskatoon Serviceberries Black Currants Marula Cloudberries

9 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit Google it! Find out all you can about the fruit.

10 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit Google it! Find out all you can about the fruit. Confirm its edibility.

11 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit Google it! Find out all you can about the fruit. Confirm its edibility. Look for nutritional information.

12 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit Has wine been made from it before? Jam? Jelly? Google it! Find out all you can about the fruit. Confirm its edibility. Look for nutritional information.

13 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit Has wine been made from it before? Jam? Jelly? How much sugar is typically in the fruit? Google it! Find out all you can about the fruit. Confirm its edibility. Look for nutritional information.

14 Exotic Fruit: Before You Start Has wine been made from it before? Jam? Jelly? How much sugar is typically in the fruit? Google it! Find out all you can about the fruit. What kind of acid is present and in what amount? Confirm its edibility. Look for nutritional information.

15 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit Can you find a comparable fruit that you or someone else has made wine from before?

16 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit Can you find a comparable fruit that you or someone else has made wine from before? Extract the flavor and aroma from the base ingredients by chopping, crushing, pressing, steaming, boiling, or soaking to create a must.

17 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit Add sugar, acid, nutrients, and yeast to the must to achieve desirable levels and ferment, covered, 3 to 10 days in primary (crock, jar or polyethylene pail) at degrees Fahrenheit. Can you find a comparable fruit that you or someone else has made wine from before? Extract the flavor and aroma from the base ingredients by chopping, crushing, pressing, steaming, boiling, or soaking to create a must.

18 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit (cont.) Strain the liquid into a secondary (a carboy or jug), top up, attach an airlock, and allow fermentation to proceed at degrees Fahrenheit until complete.

19 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit (cont.) Rack into a clean secondary. Top up as required and reattach the airlock. Repeat as needed until wine clears. Throughout, remember sulfites. Strain the liquid into a secondary (a carboy or jug), top up, attach an airlock, and allow fermentation to proceed at degrees Fahrenheit until complete.

20 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit (cont.) Rack into a clean secondary. Top up as required and reattach the airlock. Repeat as needed until wine clears. Throughout, remember sulfites. Strain the liquid into a secondary (a carboy or jug), top up, attach an airlock, and allow fermentation to proceed at degrees Fahrenheit until complete. When wine clears and stabilizes, adjust balance and bottle wine.

21 Making a Wine from Exotic Fruit (cont.) Rack into a clean secondary. Top up as required and reattach the airlock. Repeat as needed until wine clears. Throughout, remember sulfites. Strain the liquid into a secondary (a carboy or jug), top up, attach an airlock, and allow fermentation to proceed at degrees Fahrenheit until complete. When wine clears and stabilizes, adjust balance and bottle wine. Small bottles allow economic tasting while aging.

22 Online Resources Requested Recipes: Wine from Edible Plants: WinePress.us Recipe Book:


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