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Make Your Own Wine with Chilean Grapes

Learning to make wine is a great way to learn more about wine. Wine enthusiasts can learn and experience the entire process. This is the year to make your own barrel of wine. This spring Tin Lizzie Wineworks in Howard County, Maryland is bringing in Chilean grapes and juice to produce wine.

This is a not to be missed opportunity for wine lovers to discover the steps to producing wine by making their own wine.  This spring participants can choose between red and white grapes as well as white grape juice from Chile. Grape varietals available this spring include Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Muscat, Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Carmenere, Malbec, Pinot Noir and Syrah. If you want additional information about Carmenere, Dave suggests you check out the article, “Is Carmenere Chile’s Next Big Thing?”online at The Wine Economist.

Gather together friends and family to help make a barrel of wine. If one barrel is too much, then consider a half barrel or quarter barrel. Dave is great about working with helping people to get what they want.

It is almost harvest time in Chile, so Winemaker Dave Zuchero needs to know soon how much to order.  For additional information email dave@tinlizziewineworks.com or call 301-318-9954.

In 2010 we made a quarter barrel of wine at Tin Lizzie Wineworks and discovered the experience to be rewarding.

Cheers! Kathy

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