Step by Step Winemaking for Dry or Sweet Concord Wine
The main difference in making red wine and white wine is that red grapes are fermented on the skins and when making white wine the grapes are pressed first and only the juice is fermented.
There are many recipes for making concord wine - they are all about fermenting the sugar in the juice into alcohol and sometimes leaving a sweet wine or sometimes a dry wine. Most people prefer a sweeter concord wine since it has a much higher flavor content.
Here is a list of other articles on our site which are helpful in Concord Winemaking:
- Our Concord Information Page
- Special article from 2014 on Concord Grapes
- Home Winemaking in the East
- Making Red Wine
Below is a list of helpful articles on other sites with information about Concord Winemaking:
(Just click on the link to open it and use the x button or click off the page to return to this page)
- eckraus.com/blog - How to make homemade Concord Wine
- Making Wine with Concord at Home - Youtube video
- Homemade Wine that is really good sipped on a cold Winter Day! Preferably in front of a fireplace! This is a medium sweet wine similar in taste to Manischewitz concord grape wine. We found if you can wait 4 to 6 months to drink it after fermentation it tastes even better! - Youtube video