What is it?
Beaverdale is a premium quality wine kit which requires no added sugar (all of the sugar content is contained within the grape juice). Everything you need to make this wine is included with the kit (except water). The wine can be drunk young, but unlike some 3-week wine kits, it will continue to mature if you are patient. This kit will make 5 gallons (22.5 litres) of wine, which will produce around 30 bottles of delicious wine.
The Beaverdale range is very popular and is amongst the highest quality wine kits available on the market.
What is Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon, a French wine that is one of the world's most widely recognised red wine grape varieties. It is grown in nearly every major wine producing country among a diverse spectrum of climates. Cabernet Sauvignon became internationally recognised through its prominence in Bordeaux wines where it is often blended with Merlot and Cabernet Franc. As a wine, Cabernet Sauvignon is known for its dark colour and full body. It is a dry wine and has a healthy level of tannin, which is why your mouth dries out when you sip it. Many people who drink Cabernet Sauvignon say they always pick up a taste of green pepper in the wine, along with cassis, and dark fruits such as cherries, along with hints of vanilla that comes from the wine ageing in the oak.
- A pouch of Cabernet Sauvignon style grape concentrate
- A sachet of oak chips
- A sachet of yeast
- A sachet of wine stabiliser to end the fermenting process
- Sachets of Chitosan and Kieselsol wine finings to clear the wine
- Full instructions
What equipment do you need?
Basic 5 gallon winemaking equipment, for example, 5-gallon fermenter, bung, airlock and sterilizer. You will find these under the starter kit section of this website.
Cabernet Sauvignon is perfectly matched with beef dishes, moussaka vegetarian style or lamb. Cabernet Sauvignon also pairs very well with salami and medium bodied cheeses.
We recommend using a Vinbrite filter to clear the wine to a professional standard.
If you can leave it a few months to mature, the wine will greatly improve