Elderberries (50 g | 1.7 oz)

Regular price $5.00 USD
Regular price $7.50 USD Sale price $5.00 USD
11 reviews
  • Selling Unit: Each
  • Weight: 50 g | 1.7 oz
  • Improves volume on the palate.
  • Instructions:
    • For making Elderberry Wine, use 4 ounces for each gallon of wine.
    • For enhancing red wines, use 1 to 2 ounces for every 5 or 6 gallons of wine.
  • Makes a fuller-bodied wine
  • Adds natural sugars during fermentation
  • Improves the structure and flavour of select wine
  • Helps tannin
  • Raises the level of the fruitiness of the wine.
  • Product of Europe 

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BG
08/23/2021
Barbara G.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Just like dried grape skins!

This is a cool product. You get the extra pop of color from the anthocyanins and some nice tannins that add to the mouth feel. A really nice addition to your red wine to make it stand out.

CA
04/15/2021
Christopher A.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Adds a nice fruitiness to the wine

Used with a Riesling. Adds a bit of character to the wine that people seem to like.

NR
03/22/2021
Nick R.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Directions not the same

Directions that came in the box are different then what’s on your site Confused on the correct process

DG
03/11/2021
Dave G.
United States United States

Berries

Fantastic

JM
01/13/2021
Jeff M.
United States United States
I recommend this product

elderberries

GR50 pack works well with red wine kits not so much with Riesling kit, elderberries give reddish tint and slightly change taste so no longer wine is really Riesling but...it is still very good :) Would recommend to use GR50 pack only to enhance red wines.