As so many of you have memorized Reassembler in its entirity, you will no doubt recall that in the Spring my wife and I made our own wine at a local joint called Barleycorns.
Recap: Dump juice in sterile bucket, add yeast, add wood chips, seal; return weeks later to bottle, minus yeast and wood obviously.
Anyway, we made 24 bottles of Chardonnay and 24 bottles of Pinot Noir. I promised an update once they’d aged, so here it is.
The Chardonnay is turning into a decent table wine. Nothing fancy. The wife of one of my colleagues actually likes it.
The Pinot Noir at this point I’d review as “swallowable”. (Might give that one six more months before trying again.)