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Our Elderberry Fruit Wine is a robust, off-dry red wine that is rich in colour & flavour. This fruity wine is superb as an after-dinner drink served with a full-flavoured hard cheese or alternatively, alongside red meats & casseroles. Elderberry wine is best served at room temperature.
Kansas Made Wines, Meads and Sangrias. Our winery utilizes the latest in scientific advances and old world wine techniques. You can sample and buy our award-winning wines at the winery or at fine retail liquor stores all over Kansas. Or Order Online!
Wyldewood Cellars is a family-owned Winery and Vineyard located in Peck, KS, about 15 miles south of Wichita, KS. Our winery utilizes the latest in scientific advances and old world wine techniques. You can sample and buy our award-winning wines at the winery or at fine retail liquor stores all over Kansas.
Wyldewood Cellars Tasting Room is a family-owned Winery Saint Joseph, IL, about 2.5 hours south of Chicago, IL. We started in Mulvane, KS and when Tracie moved to Illinois she brought Wyldewood Cellars with her. Our winery utilizes the latest in scientific advances and old world wine techniques. In addition to over 40 different wines, we also produce a variety of products with no alcohol. Our Elderberry Concentrate is 100% pure elderberry with no added sugar, alcohol, or preservatives. We have received over 600 International Awards for our wines. You can sample and buy our award-winning wines at the tasting room or at fine retail liquor stores all over Illinois. Come out to our store and taste some of the Midwest's Finest Wines, and thank you for supporting local!
Reminiscent of a young red wine, this is a distinctive, complex and hearty flavor. Our Elderberry Wine tastes as rich and smooth as the deep color of this wine. The flavor is the most unique of all our fruit and berry wines. If Elderberry is your wine, then this will be the best semi-sweet Elderberry Wine you've tasted
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There are numerous fruit wines on the market. The biggest issue with other fruit wines is that they are typically sugary. The lack of balance in fruit wines is a major challenge, as some fruits are acidic and others are sweet.
There are many other elderberry products available to shop online. we also offer Elderberry lemonade, elderberry syrup, elderberry tea, elderberry shots, gummies and many more elderberry products.What is the process of making elderberry wine
There are numerous recipes and tutorials for making elderberry wine available on the internet. Elderberry wine belongs to the genre of \"fruit wines,\" which are wines created from something other than grapes, in this case, elderberries.
Depending on how the fruits are processed, elderberry wine can be sweet, tart, or tannic. It's also possible to age it in oak barrels. Elderberry wine is the fruit wine that most closely resembles grape wines in terms of flavor and texture.
Is there alcohol in elderberry wineElderberry wine would have alcohol content of about 5.5 percent by volume. Depending on your fermentation method and the yeasts you employ, you may obtain a little more or a little less.
Warm elderberry wine relieves a sore throat, induces perspiration to alleviate the effects of cold chills, and can even be used to treat influenza. Elderberry wine has traditionally been used to treat colds and asthma and bronchitis.
Is elderberry wine beneficial to your healthElderberry is high in antioxidants that support the immune system, including vitamins A, B, and C. Elderberry wine has been historically used as a tonic and treatment for a variety of health problems. It is considered to be a natural antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral agent. It is also thought to help improve heart health, lower blood pressure, and treat cancer.
These antioxidants and vitamins can help support the immune system and improve your ability to fight infections like the common cold and flu. This is why elderberry wine has anti-cancer, anti-heart disease, anti-inflammation, and anti-viral effects
Elderberry wine is a delicious and refreshing beverage that can be made with a variety of supplies. The most important ingredient for making elderberry wine is elderberry pulp, which can be purchased online or at many grocery stores. Elderberry juice can also be used as a substitute for elderberry pulp, but it will not produce the same results. Other supplies needed for making elderberry wine include sugar, yeast, grapes, and water.
There are many other items made from elderberry are available. please have a look. High Concentrated Elderberry Syrup, Elderberry syrup DIY kit and many other Elderberry products.
The old elixir, a shrub, is made new again in this rich version brimming with wild elderberries. Our award-winning tangy, delicious elderberry shrub is a culinary seasoning, a beverage, and even a medicinal adventure. The intense flavor can take you in diverse directions, from its traditional use as syrup in what we now think of as soda pop, to a magical ingredient for making cocktails, or even as a base for astounding salad dressings. Because of its concentrated flavor, a little goes a long way.
Through the acquisition of Wine Chateau's brick and mortar stores, Wine Chateau was born and has become one of the most experienced wine retailers online. With more than 40 years of its trusted name, you can rely on Wine Chateau to find just the right wine for you. Our mission is to provide a level of excellence and low prices on all our products...
Certain country stores and online outlets sell elderberry jelly and jam; use and store it as you would other jellies and jams. You can also buy elderberry concentrate that can be added to water. (Wyldewood Cellars and Vitacost are two online sellers.)
We feel the process we use in making our Fruit wines makes them unique and gives them the fruity, sweet flavor which is just right. Fruit Infused is a new spin on an old technique. Instead of using artificial flavors in our wine, we use all natural fruit sugars to infuse the flavor thus eliminating the need for more sugar and artificial flavors. By using this method, it gives our fruit wines, a more natural clean flavor.
Port wine is typically richer, sweeter, heavier, and possesses a higher alcohol content than unfortified wines. This is caused by the addition of distilled grape spirits to fortify the wine and halt fermentation before all the sugar is converted to alcohol and results in a wine that is usually 16 to 23% alcohol.
Blue Elderberry is a deciduous fruit tree native to Western North America. Elderberries have been an important food and medicine source for thousands of years - but only the blue and purple-berried species are edible. Berries and flowers are a native food source that can be eaten fresh, but are best cooked or made into elderberry wine, jam, syrup, and pies. The entire flower cluster can be dipped in batter and fried, while petals can be eaten raw or made into a fragrant and tasty tea. The flowers add an aromatic flavor and lightness to pancakes or fritters.
Second-year elderberry canes with good lateral development are the most fruitful - prune to emphasize these. Harvest flower clusters from tree when in full bloom and fragrance. Clip berry clusters whole from tree when fully blue and soft, and strip from cluster for use. Once harvested, use the fruit as soon as possible or keep at a cool temperature. Berries and flowers can be eaten raw, but are much better cooked and added to other dishes such as pancakes, fritters, pies, cobblers, or puddings. Or, add sweetener and cook down into a syrup on the stove to be stored or used in any dish that needs a rich berry flavor. Stay tuned for more recipes!
Each flavor has its own unique characteristics. Tart fruits are made in a Dry wine style, and sweeter fruits are made in a Semi-sweet style, with some in-between. This appeals to varying consumer tastes.
Send your thoughts to Letters to the Editor. Learn moreOctober 23, 2015Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail to a friend We hosted our 10-year-old granddaughter and one of her friends for a Friday night sleepover. Once the girls got on their pajamas, they wanted to settle down and watch a movie. I suggested \"Arsenic and Old Lace,\" the 1944 comedy starring Cary Grant as Mortimer Brewster, the sole sane and law-abiding member of his family.His crazy maiden aunts serve lonely old men poisoned elderberry wine, thus putting the gentlemen out of their misery. And then there are Mortimer's brothers: One thinks he's Teddy Roosevelt building the Panama Canal and the other is a criminal who is a dead ringer for horror film star Boris Karloff.\"Arsenic and Old Lace,\" an old movie when I first saw it, is an ancient relic for these 21st-century girls. They don't recognize Grant or Karloff, so neither actor is a draw. But what really confused them was hearing me call the movie a comedy.My granddaughter's friend said, \"I don't think we want to watch a movie about two old ladies who poison people.\"I showed them the picture on the DVD box, the two Brewster aunts all lace collars, cameo brooches and befuddled smiles. I wanted them to see how everything about the women suggested a kind of laughably sweet confusion.Nothing doing. No sweet old ladies poisoning the wine.After I went to bed, I lay awake thinking about \"Arsenic and Old Lace,\" and how something I find so amusing could seem so sinister to these girls. I realized my approach to the movie was shaped by a cultural context very different from the one in which the girls are growing up. Because I remembered: That Friday was the day the California State Senate passed \"right-to-die\" legislation based on legislation passed in Oregon in 1994.I encountered the movie in a world in which old people were often indeed lonely. Sometimes they were neglected or mistreated, but there was no organized movement to have them euthanized, either by their own hands or at the hands of others.We accepted, as a given, that we were all going to shuffle off to glory, but no fair pushing. To kill someone because you decided her life was miserable was, well, crazy.That's not the cultural or legal context in which these girls are growing up. My granddaughter's friend is the oldest of seven children. One of her siblings is severely disabled. She has heard the remarks of people who think his life is a burden neither she nor her parents should have to bear.The legislation that passed -- on the day I was pushing a comedy about killing old men -- requires that two physicians see the patient and concur that death is imminent, no more than six months away.Sponsors of the bill, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law on Oct. 5, argue the patient is in control, \"from beginning to end.\" Forty-eight hours before taking the deadly medication, a patient must sign a statement that she is of sound mind and capable of taking the medication on her own. No one, the bill sponsors contend, will be allowed to pressure the patient or override her wishes.As they get older, the girls may find out how those same safeguards have worked in Holland, where an 80-year-old dementia patient's death was ordered by a Dutch court, against her doctor's counsel that she was unable, as the law requires, to consent.How did the Dutch woman's case reach the court When her doctors refused to euthanize her, the woman's family sued to bypass the consent laws. The court agreed, issuing an order for the woman to be transported to an \"end-of-life clinic,\" where she was put to death.From 2006 to 2013, there was a 151 percent increase in Dutch deaths by euthanasia. In 2013, that meant one in every 28 Dutch deaths was the result of euthanasia. And no doctor there has to certify that death is imminent. As Winston Ross, the author of Dying Dutch: Euthanasia Spreads Across Europe, wrote in the Feb. 20 issue of Newsweek:The Dutch don't require proof of a terminal illness to allow doctors to \"help\" patients die. Here, people can choose euthanasia if they can convince two physicians they endure \"unbearable\" suffering, a definition that expands each year. Residents here can now choose euthanasia if they're tired of living with Lou Gehrig's disease, multiple sclerosis, depression or loneliness. The Dutch can now choose death if they're tired of living.This summer, a Belgian court granted a physically healthy 24-year-old woman with severe depression the right to kill herself under a doctor's supervision and with the doctor's cooperation.My mother lived with my husband and me for the last years of her life. By the time she died, her dementia had left her helpless and difficult, a terrible combination. Her care was expensive, onerous and exhausting. I understand the weariness of the Dutch family.So I am grateful for a church that said to me, \"You might want her to go ahead and die, but you may not be death's agent.\" That teaching became a sturdy wall against which I could lean when I had no more strength to stand.Who is protesting these laws in our country Often, it is the disabled, who know how expensive, onerous and exhausting their care can be, for both themselves and their caregivers.According to Marilyn Golden, a senior policy analyst with the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, \"right-to-die\" laws could potentially let insurance companies coerce vulnerable people into stopping expensive and labor-intensive treatments in favor of a quick and cost-saving death. \"If insurers deny or even delay a person's life-sustaining treatment, they are being steered toward hastening their death,\" she said. \"Do we really think insurers will do the right thing or the cheapest thing\"So, girls, I get it. When the majority of the California Assembly, the Oregon, Washington and Vermont legislatures and many Dutch and Belgian judges are all Mortimer Brewster's aunts, it's no longer a comedic farce.It's real life, and it's scary.[Melissa Musick Nussbaum's online column for NCR is at NCRonline.org/blogs/my-table-spread. More of her work is at the catholiccatalogue.com.] 59ce067264