Wine from Dried Elderflowers

Elderflower is a traditional wine that was historically popular because it ferments on the wild yeast in the elderflowers, though this recipe uses commercial wine yeast for consistent results. The recipe begins by making a tea with dried elderflowers, though you can also use freshly collected elderflowers without the stalks if you like (You need about…

Wine from Frozen Strawberries

Fresh strawberries are decadent, more so if you forego the pleasure of eating them and ferment them as nature intended. To make the compromise more appealing you can use 2 kg of fresh or frozen strawberries for this recipe, so you can start it all year around. Try substituting some raspberries as well for a…

Plum Wine

A favourite in Asia, plum wine is easy and inexpensive to make, though it has a reputation for not always clearing fully, but this recipe gives you a good chance because of the inclusion of Pectolase. This recipe is also sound for peaches, nectarines and other stone fruits, so keep an eye out for seasonal…