Classic Winemakers offers the finest grape varietals from around the world. Come in, taste our wines and choose a wine that you like best. From big bold red wines to soft whites to lightly sweet fruit wines we have something for everyone.
After you make your selection you prepare, mix the ingredients and pitch the yeast. Next the fermentation process begins.
Classic Winemakers with then take care of your wine from fermentation to the final filtering.
In 4 to 6 weeks you will then come back at a scheduled time to bottle, cork and label your very own batch of wine. Bring in family & friends to taste and help for a memorable event.
No need to purchase an entire winemaking equipment line or worry about the exact steps needed to make your wine or even if will turn out at home. Classic Winemakers has all the equipment and experts available for you and all in a great setting!
Winemaking equipment, such as pails, carboys and spoons often seems similar to items that may be around the home. However, in many cases, proper winemaking equipment and utensils are made of special materials, and this can influence your finished product.
Re-using plastic pails from other sources, like buckets that previously held food products, is always a mistake. The food odors will have sunk into the plastic, and will taint the wine. Also, plastic items not intended for food purposes, such as brand-new garbage pails must never be used for winemaking. The pigments, UV protectants and plasticisers (chemicals used to keep the plastic from becoming brittle) will leach into the wine, and could affect your health.
Other factors that are important in creating a great wine: Water Quality, Temperature Control, Storage, Sanitation & Sterilization, Fermentation.