Distinctly odd but (depending on who you ask) not unpleasant. If the person you ask, however, is my wife, she will tell you just quite how unpleasant it is. Claire took one sip, after a suspicious sniff, and pulled an almighty face as if I had made her drink hemlock. I asked her to repeat the process for the camera. Showing how much she loves me, she did. Thereafter the remainder of the bottle was mine.
The wine does have a strange taste - there is a bitterness that lurks below the surface and there is a hint of tea to the flavour. It is not as good as 2019's batch but I honestly don't think the wine is a disaster. Adding a dash of sugar-syrup helps. Claire has requested that I never make this again, which is a little harsh. This year's harvest has been destroyed by a late April frost and snow showers, so she is certainly safe for the time being.
|Claire enjoying the wine|
If you want to see how I made this wine, click here.
Great photo :) Says it all, haha. I think I'll give this wine a miss. I have however made your ginger wine and although not ready to drink yet already smells and tastes amazing.ReplyDelete
Thank you! It is an illustration of 'Disgust'. And I think she is over-reacting, myself. Glad to hear that you have had a success with the ginger wine. It is a reliable and tasty white (unlike Magnolia Petal, which is obviously neither reliable or tasty, though I quite like it.)