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By: Happy Homebrewer  09-12-2011
Keywords: bottling

Q. How long after bottling should I wait to drink my wine?

A. That depends on the wine, generally higher end kits need more time to age than more inexpensive kits, reds need longer than whites, dry wines need longer than off-dry and more full-bodied wines need longer than lighter, fruitier wines. Our “Cellaring Tips” handout gives you an approximate length of time.

Keywords: bottling

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We have on premises carbonating facilities that produce a product you and your friends will find hard to distinguish between commercial and our Happy Homebrewer products. All our products have a very low amount of preservatives so they are meant to be consumed soon after bottling, however, the wines will last up to 5 years in a cellar.