Frugal Wine Making started because I read about Google´s 10 to the 100th project. It inspired me to start this website frugalwinemaking.com. Although this site may not be as grand as Google´s ambitions, I think teaching people how to make wine is a good thing. Teaching them how to make wine on a budget is even better.If you have any questions or comments, please drop me a line at frugalwinemaking <at> gmail <dot> com. Or you can use the contact form below.


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  1. On my days off I like to make special foods.One of the thnigs I’m making is a Mongolian Barbecue sauce which called for Sake. I picked up a plum sake [oriental wine]made the sauce. Had a shot of that wine and it is soo good and another and was feeling pretty good by the time supper was ready. My husband loved the wings.On the days I work I don’t have the need for a shot of anything after work. I’m satisfied that I did the best I could.

  2. I have never tried Sake but I would like too. I have heard that it is very potent. I’m glad your husband enjoyed the wings. Where did you get your recipe at for the sauce? I’m always looking for new ideas.

  3. Helped a friend harvest some Frontenac Gris grapes and shipping to a local winery. He was kind enough to give me about 60 pounds so I can make some wine. Frontenac Gris I believe makes a nice pink wine, darker if the skins are left in a bit longer.

    I’d like a recipe for a simple country wine, like a ‘Dago Red’, but more attentive processing cleanliness than most I’ve read.

    I’m not a “purist” wine maker…just like a good table red that was aged about a year after racking/bottling…I need to get going soon as the grapes await me on the kitchen counter (and my wife will quickly lose some patience having to cook around them..

    Bless you all…for any suggestions.


  4. I am so sorry that my husband and I missed your post. Things got on the back burner while we planned and had our wedding. I’m now just getting caught up on everything. I hope you were able to find a recipe and make your wine. I like to recommend a couple of books for you, The Home Winemaker’s Companion and The Joy Of Home Winemaking. These are two great books with lots of information and recipes. Please let me know how your wine turns out. Once again I am so sorry for not getting back to you sooner.


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