Thought I'd share a strange winemaking opportunity recently. I was at the
grocery store and noticed half gallon cartons of white grape juice (Niagara)
for $1 per carton, and I thought, with a $10 investment, I could get a 5
gallon batch of wine fermenting. For some reason, I decided to pass it by.
Several days later, I stopped by and saw that they were discounted to 25
cents per half gallon (2 days to expiration date), so I loaded up my
shopping cart with 10 cartons, and headed for the checkout stand. The young
lady at the stand said, "you must really drink a lot of juice!". I smiled,
and said handed her my $2.50. By the next day, the juice was fermenting
like crazy. I know better than to expect much from Niagara, but at 10 cents
per bottle, how can you go wrong:?!