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Wine and Sweet peas

Bottled up the wine today, 4 demijohns from 2011, Sloe and Elderberry, and a few from 2012 Rose Petal, Rhubarb and Ginger, Elderflower, Redcurrant, Blackcurrant and Red Gooseberry.
Lots in the fruit garden to make more next year, and lots of rose petals.
We're awash with sweet peas, started layering some stems down to try to extend the length of flowering.
  

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So much of the wine innovation! I did not know that flower petals can be used to produce wine. And I did not know that if I will be learning some new knowledge in the internet, it will be about making wine. But seriously, wine from flower petals? That sounds cool! And they really look pretty just like in the picture. But no matter how pretty they may look, always consider your health and remember to drink moderately. I still do not know if the wine will taste good, but I will have to try some someday and that is for sure.
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