The Art of Making Fruit Wine

The Art of Making Fruit Wine


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Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College

Delivery Format: Face-to-Face

Delivered in a classroom or lab setting.

Location: Asheville
  • Wednesday, October 13, 2021 - 5:00pm to 9:00pm
Tuition: $51.35

Traditional wine is Fabulous, but have you ever wondered what it would be like to create wine from the fruit you've got growing in your backyard; or from unused preserves in your cabinet? Winemakers across the world are experimenting with cherries, pineapples, pomegranates, oranges, dandelions, and other non-grape ingredients. In this course, you will learn basic wine-making principles, yeast requirements, flavor creation, and recipe development. There will be an in-class demonstration on how to make wine from fresh seasonal fruit. This will include a discussion on additives, racking, aging, and bottling.


Beginning fermentors


Topics Include

Fruits, wine making principles, yeast requirments, flavor creation, recipe develeopment, additives, racking, aging, and bottling.

Learning Objectives

Participants that complete the course will have a better understanding of the concepts, principles, ingredients and equipment used in making fruit wines.

The Art of Making Fruit Wine

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Level: Beginner

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