Craft a Brew Home Pinot Grigio Making Kit – Easy Beginners with Ingredients and Supplies – Ultimate Wine Brewing, Clear

The italians have their own way with the Pinot Gris grape variety, and in the process they create a special magic with it that’s unmatched elsewhere in the wine world. Though dry in character and with a pleasant zip of acidity, this Pinot Grigio shows off a pleasant floral fragrance and tremendous fruit flavors.

Product Features

  • COMPLETE BEGINNERS WINE KIT – You don’t have to be a master vintner or expert to create the perfect wine. We provide it all, with enough ingredients and supplies for 1 gallon (or 5 750mL bottles) of exquisite, delightful flavor.
  • GREAT GRIGIO – The varieties of the Pinot Gris grape are difficult to master, but we’ve provided you with pleasant grapes from the famed Italian wine country for a Pinot Grigio like no other.
  • HOMEBREWING INGREDIENTS – Enjoy a recipe involving high-quality yeast, additives, and fruit juice from some of the world’s most respected vineyards so you can enjoy delicious wine in the comfort of your own home.
  • DIY HOMEMADE STARTER KIT – Whether you drink from the bottle or the bucket, make sure you’re drinking quality wine made from top-notch supplies, including our carboy, funnel, tubing, airlock, Guide to Making Wine, and more.
  • CRAFT A BREW QUALITY – All the supplies and equipment in our deluxe master batch making kit are assembled by hand in Orlando, FL instilled with the core values of providing high-quality ingredients, elegant and effective design, and an environmentally sustainable mindset. Enjoy a glass the right way with your own Craft a Brew kit.

2 thoughts on “Craft a Brew Home Pinot Grigio Making Kit – Easy Beginners with Ingredients and Supplies – Ultimate Wine Brewing, Clear

  1. Looks like a mistake as everyone else got the yeast I can’t find a way to contact the seller, but my kit came with everything necessary except the yeast. Looks like a mistake as everyone else got the yeast.I found some info on how to use bread yeast, and hopefully that works out, but I’ll be a bit bummed if it doesn’t.*EDIT*Now the wine has been bottled and aged about an additional month and it’s really starting to open up. The bread yeast was a total gamble, I don’t recommend it as an alternative to the wine yeast,…

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