A wine red is a red wine made from red grapes, but the grapes do not naturally ferment in the red wine, as is often thought.
Instead, they must be fermented in the vinegar and sugar in red wine.
The vinegar and sugars are used to turn the red color of the wine.
In addition to the fermentation, there is a bit of secondary fermentation, as the red grapes are fermented to release their natural sweetness.
Here’s how to make your own red wine from scratch.
Wash the grapes in a bucket of cold water.
The grapes must be soaked and drained.
Boil them in the same amount of water.
Rinse the grapes.
Let them sit overnight in a warm, dark place to ferment.
Rinute the vinegar.
Add sugar and the grape juice.
Add vinegar and stir.
Add salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Boiled grapes can be refrigerated overnight.
Once ready to drink, mix the red grape juice, vinegar, and sugar with the wine to make wine red.
Taste the wine red to make sure it’s not too sweet.
To make a wine red from the grape, first boil the grapes, and then let them ferment for two days, after which you can add sugar and a little salt to make it red.
Serve the wine with some freshly chopped greens and rice, or a salad.