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How to Make Wine from Grapes at Home

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Step by Step guide to make wine at home from grapes. I have just sampled my first bottle after leaving it to mature for 10 months. It is the best wine that I have ever made. (Independently confirmed by my wife!)
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master Chu (4 hours ago)
Geez when he drags that potato smasher its like claws on chalkboard
redbluetail (4 days ago)
8:22 And using your fingers does not cause bacteria?
Lady Gil (6 days ago)
interesting points ,if anyone else is searching for how to make wine at home the easy way try Corbandy Tasty Wine Crusher ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my buddy got great results with it.
Usman Sahibzada (6 days ago)
Can someone plZ assist my wine after the secondary fermentation is very sweet and its alcohol level is low. How to further ferment it to decrease sweetness and to increase alcohol level
666zlatan666 (7 days ago)
Breaking bad spin off hehe
georgesmoulin (14 days ago)
Oh for goodness sake. You've gone to SO much trouble to sterilise everything, then your hands are everywhere! There's no point avoiding bubbles of air by putting the tube below the surface if you're then going to grapple with the tube and bung up the end with your thumb!
Mitch Barker (18 days ago)
This video should be labeled, "a bunch of sounds that make you want to scratch your brains out"
Marcelo Merchan (20 days ago)
great, thanks
LearnHow2 (17 days ago)
Thankyou for your appreciation.
John Mckenya (23 days ago)
Thank you for posting this..I always wondered how they did this.
LearnHow2 (17 days ago)
thanks for your comment, glad to be of help.
Grant Leriche (23 days ago)
I have 10 pound grape juice make wine much sugar should i put in it thank you
LearnHow2 (17 days ago)
Please visit my website www.the-gift-of-wine.com It explains how to work out how much sugar to add.
Lenny Pepperidge (1 month ago)
Free of u got EBT
GateCrasher (1 month ago)
Shit must've cost you £$1000 a bottle to make, with all the stuff you need
marianni fonseca (1 month ago)
I\'m not sure but ,if anyone else wants to learn about how to make wine at home step by step try Nadazma Fast Wine Helper (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some decent things about it and my partner got amazing success with it.
jemma martin (1 month ago)
How long do you leave in the demi John's?
Edwin Martinez (1 month ago)
Noooooooo that’s not the way to make wine. I been making wine. In a real winery. To many mistakes
dr Meno (1 month ago)
How to make soursop wine, https://youtu.be/XhBDm5MN54o
Dakota Carpenter (1 month ago)
There might be a reason to do it that way, but wouldn't it make more sense to put the sugar in the Easter before you cool it down? (For the yeast starter)
Karim Benzin (1 month ago)
There are a few factors in how to grow grapes plant. One plan I found which successfully combines these is the Grape grower folio (check it out on google) it's the no.1 plan that I've seen. look at all the interesting information.
Dorothy Gale (1 month ago)
Better yet, go to Mid West Supplies or Kraus and order a can of wine grape concentrate. No Campden tablet needed. For 5 gallons, 1 tsp nutrient and 1/2 tsp energizer. Add 1 pkg. EC-1118 yeast to the first gallon and after at least a day add the other 4 gallons. For secondary fermentation just use gallon jugs. Kraus and Mid West also have 6 gallon primary fermenters. No racckinbg required.
Vendi Vukelic (1 month ago)
I've been researching table grape plants for sale and found a fantastic resource at Grape Grower Folio (check it out on google)
Bee Mull (1 month ago)
I liked this video! I am a newbie to winemaking but so far I am loving it. I plan on showing my relatives during the holidays it would be a fun activity. https://bit.ly/2xBwh8o I used this to learn how. It is concise and easy to understand. Cheers and may all your recipes work out!
Valentine Bui (1 month ago)
You are a pig, your idiot. Worst video ever with too many bulshit prosess
SJJ (1 month ago)
Was pretty sure most of time was supposed to be spent letting the grapes ferment.
Nunzio Padavano (1 month ago)
How did he start with a tiny bit of juice and end up with a bucket full. I didn't see that much water poured in
Julia Collins (2 months ago)
Great video - many thanks
Richrd Smith (2 months ago)
No knowledge about testing hydrometer,
Disciple of Imanuel (2 months ago)
I remember when I tried to make my own grape juice and it turned out very watery, no what I was looking forward to. I think table grapes don't cut it, you need concord grapes and a better equipment.
Ali X (2 months ago)
"Oh I could make my own wine, I have grapes in my garden, my own wine would be delicious" *sees video* "Measure specific gravity" Hellll nahh 😂😂 just gimme the regular from the bottom shelf and we call it a day, shall we?
nar gopal rai (2 months ago)
comprehensive, but your verbal instruction would have been clear without any background noise (e.g. step 9 - we can not hear hear what you are saying about the amount of sugar to be added......lots of rustling noise when you are saying the key important things.). IT TURNED ME OFF, REALLY.
Meklaudd (2 months ago)
I have spent months researching into making wine and found a fantastic site at Pavas grape plan (google it if you are interested)
alfie ungas (2 months ago)
I've been researching into the process of making wine and came across a great site at Pavas Grape Plan (google it if you are interested)
maria king (2 months ago)
Made wine using this method for the first time 3 years ago. The wine was so good it put me off bought wine. Everything home made tastes better. I was even still slightly sparkling. Liked the comment about wine making in Georgia.
gonnahavemesomefun (2 months ago)
Really useful video, makes it very clear, will be heading to your website because I feel I’ll get the right stuff first time.
BEN TSAI (3 months ago)
That’s a lot steps to follow ; ), however thanks for the effort to educate us.
Dey Nah (3 months ago)
I was excited to make a wine until the orocedure exceed more than step 9. I’ll just get a bottle from my work.l
Jim Reeves (3 months ago)
What about racking
Jon Kiaei (3 months ago)
this is how i learnt to make AMAZING wine --> https://bit.ly/2OKDfyJ
Fantomas (3 months ago)
Is this a Windows 95' PC game of How to Make Wine?
Hunter Hunter (3 months ago)
Excellent video content! Sorry for chiming in, I would love your opinion. Have you considered - Lammywalness Green Grapes Guide (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a good one of a kind product for learning how to become a successful grape grower without the headache. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my old buddy Taylor after many years got cool success with it.
j Money (3 months ago)
Mead is so much easier
Rogen Mark Molano (4 months ago)
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Dæmon Græyson (4 months ago)
Since I’m Lutheran and we only recognize one Baptism, could I get water from the Jordan River and use it to my own communion wine 🍷?
Stephini Jars (4 months ago)
So then why are there so many different types of wines
soso liban (5 months ago)
Excellent Video clip! Apologies for the intrusion, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you researched - Lammywalness Green Grapes Guide (should be on google have a look)? It is a good one of a kind product for learning how to become a successful grape grower without the hard work. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my mate after a lifetime of fighting got excellent success with it.
یزدان بهروش (5 months ago)
you shouldn't use the steel spoon
James Novotny (6 months ago)
This ain't just some stompin grapes type shit eh
Pray To The Only God (6 months ago)
Prophet Muhammed told us 14 centuries ago that: alcohol is the mother of all evil. Alcohol consumption makes humans like animals without mind, and capable of doing all kinds of corruption on earth: damage, harrassment assault, robbery, rape, &murder. Stop advertising for corruption.
MultiDc1969 (6 months ago)
Step 1. Take one bottle of vodka and add ribena, blackcurrant cordial or just plain food colouring until it looks like red wine. Step 2. Pour into wine glass at meal time. Result. The wife has no idea of real alcohol intake.
phantomf41 (6 months ago)
Why did you boiled all that butt load of sugar and never used it lol. Also did you used grapes to film it?
Fernand Carbajal Castro. (6 months ago)
Viva trumphy
Pera Peric (7 months ago)
Thanks for a very interesting post, here are a few more tips for how to make wine… Use the right equipment. Things like plastic buckets and bins come in different grades of plastic. You must use the food-grade plastic products not the cheaper buckets you might use to clean the floor! If plastic buckets and bins start getting scratched and grazed, replace them. The grazes will start harbouring microbes and eventually you’ll have a spoilt batch of wine. If stirring the must (the initial mix of fruit and water etc.) in a bin, scald the spoon with boiling water first to quickly sterilise it. Fill and top up airlocks with cooled, boiled water – never straight from the sink.
LearnHow2 (7 months ago)
Thanks for your comment. It is very important to your health to use the correct grade of plastic.
스테파니 (7 months ago)
I'm watching this right now but tonight, I'm gonna go out and buy a bottle of wine
Uber sausage (7 months ago)
Is there another way to meashure the gravity of the wine?
Azhar Uddin (7 months ago)
I would be no more to drink and enjoy if i start preparing it
Dejan Jankov (7 months ago)
Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else is searching for how to make wine at home recipes try Corbandy Tasty Wine Crusher (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some super things about it and my brother in law got excellent success with it.
Tom Smith (8 months ago)
everybody in the neighborhood made wine in the basement!!!
Jerrelyn Brinquis (8 months ago)
hey ,if anyone else wants to uncover how to make wine from fruit try Nadazma Fast Wine Helper (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my partner got excellent results with it.
jessica solante (8 months ago)
hey ,if anyone else is searching for how to make wine from fruit try Corbandy Tasty Wine Crusher (just google it ) ? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my co-worker got cool success with it.
Fábián Tamás (8 months ago)
Useful video, i also recommend " First Steps in Winemaking" on doksi (https://doksi.net/get.php?lid=23499)
Dalibor Markovic (8 months ago)
Thanks for the Video! Excuse me for butting in, I would appreciate your opinion. Have you thought about - Lammywalness Green Grapes Guide (do a google search)? It is an awesome one of a kind product for learning how to become a successful grape grower without the hard work. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my best friend Jordan finally got amazing success with it.
sam111880 (9 months ago)
Either way a juicer would aid in the mashing process of the grapes as you can just throw the pulp back in the juice if the pulp matters... Think i read it matters the pulp in white wines but not so sure on the significances of all wines red , white ,...etc
sam111880 (9 months ago)
I have a juicer and i was just wondering what happens if you separate the juice from the pulp and only used the juice in this process? It gets rid of your cheesecloth /straining of the grape pulp from the juice in your steps ... but not sure if it affects the wine making in a significant way.
Renaye Brown (9 months ago)
I think I’ll stick to hard cider. it’s a lot easier to make, then buy wine when I want to take things up a notch.
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Karthik Arya (9 months ago)
Ah 240p, we meet again.....
Shaik Chandinii (9 months ago)
Sir what are the tablets u used n why n sir can u tell me can we use the normal yeast to it
No Name (9 months ago)
Can I make it using bread yeast?
damian mcintyre (9 months ago)
Very good detailed video for anyone serious about making wine to last and make the flavor pop
Nikola Salitrezic (9 months ago)
Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else is searching for how to make wine at home from fruit try Corbandy Tasty Wine Crusher (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my m8 got great success with it.
Hikmet Yılmaz (9 months ago)
You sure people can make these at home??
Gabriel Defa (17 days ago)
I have made one, orange based.
Keith Link (10 months ago)
That audio...
Q.D Art (10 months ago)
I did this shit and got drunk as fuck. Deadass. Maybe I added too much yeast and sugar. Damn.
cornelia vini (11 months ago)
nice...the website also helps so much...
Sahat Asraf Samir (11 months ago)
It's Real
Namayi Zeddy (11 months ago)
Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else is searching for how to make wine at home step by step try Nadazma Fast Wine Helper (just google it ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my friend got great results with it.
Sahad nur (11 months ago)
Excellent....
Milan Goranovic (11 months ago)
Thanks for a very interesting post, here are a few more tips for how to make wine… Use the right equipment. Things like plastic buckets and bins come in different grades of plastic. You must use the food-grade plastic products not the cheaper buckets you might use to clean the floor! If plastic buckets and bins start getting scratched and grazed, replace them. The grazes will start harbouring microbes and eventually you’ll have a spoilt batch of wine. If stirring the must (the initial mix of fruit and water etc.) in a bin, scald the spoon with boiling water first to quickly sterilise it. Fill and top up airlocks with cooled, boiled water – not straight from the sink. Avoid metal spoons and sieves with fermenting wine – i.e. after the yeast has been added. Sometimes they can taint the wine. Avoid wooden spoons, which are hard to sterilise – plastic is far better. Reusing wine bottles is fine, ask friends to save them for you and check with local clubs or restaurants who are often happy to give them to you. Wash out immediately as a clean bottle will be a lot easier to sterilise when you come to use them. Rack your wine to clear it before bottling. That is, using a syphon tube, suck up the wine from one demijohn into another leaving the sediment (called lees) behind. The tubes with a base and valve are cheap enough and a make this quicker. Allow the wine to settle for a week and repeat if necessary before bottling Never judge your wine by the taste as you bottle it. Most often you will think it's a disaster. Some wines can take two years to mature. As a general rule, try a bottle after 5 or 6 months. If it tastes harsh, leave the rest for at least another six months. Allow time. Time is the great wine maker and you should never be in a rush. We’ve made wine that was 9 months in the demijohn before bottling and drunk it three years later. The following year it was even better! (Reference: Pavas grape plan site )
José Crisalide (11 months ago)
hi everyone ,if anyone else is searching for how to make wine at home step by step try Wiltapar Wonderful Wine Secrets (just google it ) ? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my colleague got cool results with it.
Svetlana Dimkovikj (11 months ago)
I have spent months researching into making wine and discovered an awesome site called Pavas grape plan (google it if you're interested)
mayur pardeshi (11 months ago)
is it possible to make this wine with green grapes..??
xxdogybut6 (11 months ago)
No, white wine making with green grapes is a different process.
mayur pardeshi (11 months ago)
can we make this with green grapes..?
MR Styles (11 months ago)
i learn how to make it in jail
Willian Smithonson (11 months ago)
That was a informative article, here are a few more tips for how to make wine… Use the right equipment. Things like plastic buckets and bins come in different grades of plastic. You must use the food-grade plastic products not the cheaper buckets you might use to clean the floor! If plastic buckets and bins start getting scratched and grazed, replace them. The grazes will start harbouring microbes and eventually you’ll have a spoilt batch of wine. If stirring the must (the initial mix of fruit and water etc.) in a bin, scald the spoon with boiling water first to quickly sterilise it. Fill and top up airlocks with cooled, boiled water – never straight from the sink. Avoid metal spoons and sieves with fermenting wine – i.e. after the yeast has been added. Sometimes they can taint the wine. Avoid wooden spoons, which are hard to sterilise – plastic is far better. Reusing wine bottles is fine, ask friends to save them for you and check with local clubs or restaurants who are often happy to give them to you. Wash out immediately as a clean bottle will be a lot easier to sterilise when you come to use them. Rack your wine to clear it before bottling. That is, using a syphon tube, suck up the wine from one demijohn into another leaving the sediment (called lees) behind. The tubes with a base and valve are cheap enough and a make this quicker. Allow the wine to settle for a week and repeat if necessary before bottling Never judge your wine by the taste as you bottle it. Most often you will think it's a disaster. Some wines can take 2 years to mature. As a general rule, try a bottle after 5 or 6 months. If it tastes harsh, leave the rest for at least another six months. Allow time. Time is the great wine maker and you should never be in a rush. We’ve made wine that was nnine months in the demijohn before bottling and drunk it three years later. The next year it was even better! (Reference: Pavas grape plan website )
Somina (11 months ago)
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Shamsul Sol (1 year ago)
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InfiniteWorkers (1 year ago)
Thanks for your very interesting article, here are a few more tips for how to make wine… Use the correct equipment. Things like plastic buckets and bins come in different grades of plastic. You must use the food-grade plastic products not the cheaper buckets you might use to clean the floor! If plastic buckets and bins start getting scratched and grazed, replace them. The grazes will start harbouring microbes and eventually you’ll have a spoilt batch of wine. If stirring the must (the initial mix of fruit and water etc.) in a bin, scald the spoon with boiling water first to quickly sterilise it. Fill and top up airlocks with cooled, boiled water – never straight from the sink. Avoid metal spoons and sieves with fermenting wine – i.e. after the yeast has been added. Sometimes they can taint the wine. Avoid wooden spoons, which are hard to sterilise – plastic is far better. Reusing wine bottles is fine, ask friends to save them for you and check with local bars or restaurants who are often happy to give them to you. Wash out immediately as a clean bottle will be a lot easier to sterilise when you come to use them. Rack your wine to clear it before bottling. That is, using a syphon tube, suck up the wine from one demijohn into another leaving the sediment (called lees) behind. The tubes with a base and valve are cheap enough and a make this easier. Allow the wine to settle for a week and repeat if necessary before bottling Never judge your wine by the taste as you bottle it. Most often you will think it is a disaster. Some wines can take 2 years to mature. As a general rule, try a bottle after six months. If it tastes harsh, leave the rest for at least another 5 or 6 months. Allow time. Time is the great wine maker and you should never be in a rush. We’ve made wine that was 9 months in the demijohn before bottling and drunk it 3 years later. The next year it was even better! (Reference: Pavas grape plan site )
Miljan Krkic (1 year ago)
There are several components to creating an amazing wine. One place I discovered which successfully combines these is the Pavas grape plan (google it if you're interested) definately the best course i've heard of. Check out this amazing website.
Sanja Sanjic (1 year ago)
I have spent months researching into home wine making and discovered a great site at Pavas Grape Plan (check it out on google)
Vitez Koja (1 year ago)
I have spent months studying home wine making and discovered a great resource at Pavas grape plan (check it out on google)
Natasa Crowley (1 year ago)
Thanks for a informative article, here are a few more tips for how to make wine… Use the right equipment. Things like plastic buckets and bins come in different grades of plastic. You must use the food-grade plastic products not the cheaper buckets you might use to clean the floor! If plastic buckets and bins start getting scratched and grazed, replace them. The grazes will start harbouring microbes and eventually you’ll have a spoilt batch of wine. If stirring the must (the initial mix of fruit and water etc.) in a bin, scald the spoon with boiling water first to quickly sterilise it. Fill and top up airlocks with cooled, boiled water – not straight from the tap. Avoid metal spoons and sieves with fermenting wine – i.e. after the yeast has been added. Sometimes they can taint the wine. Avoid wooden spoons, which are hard to sterilise – plastic is far better. Reusing wine bottles is fine, ask friends to save them for you and check with local pubs or restaurants who are often willing to give them to you. Wash out immediately as a clean bottle will be a lot easier to sterilise when you come to use them. Rack your wine to clear it before bottling. That is, using a syphon tube, suck up the wine from one demijohn into another leaving the sediment (called lees) behind. The tubes with a base and valve are cheap enough and a make this quicker. Allow the wine to settle for a week and repeat if necessary before bottling Never judge your wine by the taste as you bottle it. Most often you will think it is a disaster. Some wines can take two years to mature. As a general rule, perhaps try a bottle after six months. If it tastes harsh, leave the rest for at least another 5 or 6 months. Allow time. Time is the great wine maker and you should never be in a rush. We’ve made wine that was nnine months in the demijohn before bottling and drunk it 3 years later. The following year it was even better! (I discovered these and why they work on Pavas grape plan website )
moscato1ca (1 year ago)
where/when in this process, could I use an Oak barrel that I have available?
MoreMe LessYou (1 year ago)
I do want to say though... Kudos to the maker of this video.. You are amazing and have alooooooooot of patience. Thank you for the time you've invested in educating wine heads like myself on how to make it. Very informative.:) But daaaaaaaaaaaang:) jk lol. Thanks
MoreMe LessYou (1 year ago)
I don't WANT none no more!! lol Dang!
Kunta Kinte (1 year ago)
Step 2 fuck it all and go buy some wine at the liquor store! 😂😂😂😂😂😂
Kunta Kinte (1 year ago)
I like to make wine using snail slime and toad piss.. You not only get wasted on alcohol, you trip the fuck out your head too.😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂🐍🐍🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐌🐋🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐚🐚🐚🐚🐚🐚🐚🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙🍷🍷🍷🍷🍷🍷🍷🍷🍷
Taraneh Kazemi (1 year ago)
I searched for wine at home. Why would anybody have these at home. I'm not even familliar with half of the things u mentioned here let alone having em.
Harry Capua (1 year ago)
You sterilized but its useless because you use your hands to stop liquid and transfer in other bottles better to ised gloves sor...
Tejas Shah (1 year ago)
I just made my delicious wine in 6 mins from comfort of my home https://goo.gl/88v4Xe
IShootYou StayDown (1 year ago)
Tsp and oxy and metabite with citric acid and Clo2 are good sterilizers also
Kamal (1 year ago)
Pls provide us link for specific gravity measurement

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