Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Making Kit

Make delicious Napa Valley Cabernet wherever you live with this all-inclusive kit.

$60.00

Drive a Cab

Wine making is a simple, natural process. Add yeast to grape juice, let it ferment in a controlled environment, and boom. Yet wine's mystique can make the vintner's art seem out of reach. Consider this kit a pool floaty for the beginner winemaker: It helps you jump in without fear.

The kit contains all the equipment and ingredients you need to make one gallon (approx. five 750ml bottles) of robust Cabernet Sauvignon. Representing the true terroir of Napa Valley and the deep, full-bodied character of this noble California red grape, this wine has the typically intense Cab flavor and aroma.

The only challenge will be learning your winespeak, so repeat after us: "My 2017 Chateau Moi Cabernet is flamboyant yet austere, with a laser-like insouciance, a bouquet as muscular as a Malibu surfer, and a finish as long as the San Mateo-Hayward Bridge." Assembled in Orlando, Florida. Cabernet Sauvignon juice made in Napa Valley, California. 14% ABV.

Click here for your in depth Guide to Wine Making.

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Made in the USA
Ages
21+
Measurements
9" L x 9" W x 16" H
Notes
Wine Making Kit Includes:
- glass carboy
- funnel
- racking cane
- rubber stopper
- transfer tubing
- tubing clamp
- airlock
- A Guide to Making Wine
- Cabernet Sauvignon juice with yeast
- oak and additives
- 5 zork closures
- and sanitizer.

Makes one gallon or approximately five 750 ml bottles of finished wine.
Item ID
43507

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Please note: This item is not available to ship outside of the U.S.

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4.0

Gift was well-received

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from los angeles

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Comments about UncommonGoods Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Making Kit:

Got this for my dad for Fathers Day. He hasn't used it yet, but was tickled by the idea.

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5.0

Very Easy to Follow and Makes a Really Nice Cab

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from Texas

Pros

  • and wine bottles included.
  • Everything but clarifying vessel
  • Pretty easy to follow instructions

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Hobby - learn winemaking process.

    Comments about UncommonGoods Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Making Kit:

    I was very unsure of the process, but the instructions were pretty easy for us to follow and everything was included except the clarifying vessel and wine bottles. The process took a month to complete and the end result was as nice a Cabernet Sauvignon as I've ever had. Nice legs, aroma and taste.
    You will need a large pot or container at two weeks to transfer the wine for clarifying and then back to the jug after it's been cleaned. After two more weeks, you can bottle the wine or let it age longer. Now looking for more grapes to do the process again.

    Service and delivery comments:

    Delivery was prompt.

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    from Baltimore, MD

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    Pros

    • Easy To Prepare
    • Good Value
    • Well Packaged

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      • Anytime
      • Gift
      • Holidays

      Comments about UncommonGoods Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Making Kit:

      Very user friendly!

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