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Newbie wanting to make wine from homegrown muscadines

I planted several muscadine vines on my property with the hopes of making wine one day, well a few years have passed since then. Now I have 3 vines loaded with muscadines which are starting to ripen. I harvested about .5lb today and I didn’t even make a dent in the crop. I also have about 8lbs of frozen muscadines from last year that I never got around to doing anything with.

I have been brewing beer for about a year now with about 20 or so batches under my belt, so I think I can handle the actual wine making, once I get the supplies I’ll need, and get the fruit ready to ferment. I’m just curious if you have any tricks, ideas as to what would be the best way to go from a bag of muscadines to the ready to make wine stage? Any advice/suggestions would be appreciated.

I ran across this while checking out a link on this site. Hope it helps.

http://winemakermag.com/1406-muscadine-varietal-focus
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