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The Finished Wine
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This page will show how I serve the finished wine.

 
The Wine has matured for several months now; it's time to enjoy it!
 
 

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I always fit these wine servers and tops to my bottles after removing the cork as shown above, they make it easier to serve the wine and save it if you choose not to drink the wine in one session.  It is much easier than trying to place the cork back into the bottle.

 

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The above bottle shows the wine server and top fitted to the bottle.

 

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The wine has a nice, deep red colour and a superb fruity flavour.  The addition of the oak chips leaves a subtle, but not overpowering oak character to the wine.

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All the information given on this website is from my own personal experiences and are well tried and tested.  However, if you try something you have seen here and it does not work out, I accept no responsibility for any loss, damage or injury that may occur.