Maybe Apple Wine CAN Improve With Age


A few weeks ago I was chatting with a friend about apple-booze-making, something near and dear to my heart, and I learned that he had out-produced me in volume this past year. And I made a lot. It was immediately clear to me that we would have to get together to do a tasting of our products to check them all out, compare notes, etc. So we did. That was last week. And I made a discovery.

Last year, on apple crush


One Response

  1. jeff says:

    I completely agree. the very last bottle of my 2009 apple vintage (i wish i had more) was fantastic. It had drastically changed over the course of its development. 2010’s is coming along nicely as well. I still have a case or so that I will ration accordingly to also track progress.

    Unfortunately for me, life got in the way this september and I didnt get to make a 2011 apple but at least i have the rhubarb and the saskatoon that I did make bulk aging nicely in the cellar.

    Also still have a few bottles of 2009 saskatoon. We should get together and do a taste comparison before its all gone!!

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