Sterilize your bung and airlock and pop them onto the wine-filled demijohn, then leave it again in a cool, dark place for at least another month. I really like that you use natural ingredients. Time to make sweet rhubarb wine. Reuse this content.
Rhubarb wine also works incredibly well in cocktails — make your own martini by mixing wine with a splash of brandy and some white vermouth, and serving it in a martini glass with a twist of ginger and a slice of orange. Recipe Rating.
Rhubarb is my favorite! Pour wine into a large glass bowl, or divide the ingredients evenly into 2 large jars. Check through our recipes under Wild Wines, we make a good variety.
Followed recipe to the T. These people are experienced and beginners as well. Or do you back sweeten at some point?
Wash the remaining rhubarb chunks in enough water to make just under a full gallon of liquid. After three to four days, lift what remains of the fruit and let the bag drain.
Jason May 23, 2015 at 10: Need to Cut the Grocery Bill? This a probably a daft question, but can you still use the liquid if you take out the moldy rhubarb? A sterilized brew bin , or a food grade basin with a capacity of at least one gallon.
Two Rhubarb Wine Recipes. Does this mean game over or is there a way that i can overcome this? Is the 5 day strict or can it be extended? Sharron Hardwick August 27, 2016 at 2: I am nor a huge wine lover so i don't think I'll be making any.
This simple summer wine is sweet and bubbly, bursting with rhubarb flavor. According to the recipe, I had to add 3 lbs of sugar for every 1 gallon of liquid. Cut back? I am very fond of rhubarb as it is just about the only local plant you can make fruity puddings out of early in the year.
Divide wine between 2 sterile jars or 2 wine bottles.