Tag Archives: Cherry

Old Cherry

I just opened our last bottle of cherry wine, bottled in 2012. The time has been good to it. Any of the harsher flavors exhibited in previous bottles has mellowed. It simply rolls on the tongue begging to be savored. … Continue reading

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September 1, 2013

Go, Tigers! I’m not much into sports, nor football in specific, but it’s hard not to share in the joy of the community over last night’s game between Clemson and UGA. Now, with that out of the way… This week … Continue reading

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Racking The New Stuff

Fruity-sweetness canned? Check. Finished ferments bottled? Check. Well, then it is probably time to check in on my newest batches! Blackberry! Blueberry! Cherry! It is probably worth mentioning that everything went smoothly in setting up these ferments. In a previous … Continue reading

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May 19, 2013

Today was great day. We started the day celebrating the ministry of a good friend. I am especially touched by her ministry as it set the precedent for my own primary ministry focus, along lines of work with internationals, especially … Continue reading

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Experiment #5

The Art of Fermentation had me all excited to try fermenting, and wild fermentation, at that. But honestly, I have no idea how mead should act. Or country wine. So experimenting with wild fermentation, by its very nature less “orderly” … Continue reading

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