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Two questions! One copying from the fruit wine post because it fits here better, and the second re: maple sap flowing..
One, a sort of generic question for you: any experience using fruit juice or fruit concentrate for wines? We're in a similar winter situation as you, fruit is a good ways off and we were thinking of making it with something storebought, thought of the juice or frozen concentrates and wondered how well they work. I mean, I am sure you'll end up with wine if you put sugar, water, flavor, and yeast together and wait, but wondering if it is not very worthwhile as far as the quality of the finished wine or if it could be something good. If you've not tried, no worries of course, we can experiment, just curious.
Two, so you tap maples even before the end of winter? Do you take advantage of any warming? I was under the impression (we're got verrrrrrrry little experience, couple seasons of birch in AK and one with maple in way north/UP of MI where spring comes in late May) you wait til the weather is warming up for the last time, like right before spring. But sounds like you can do it anytime? Can you use the same taps several rounds?
Hi Ashely! Your content is so amazing - I was just talking with friends about medicinal herbs and this morning clicked on (and shared) your medicinal plants to grow article. Its wonderful - accessible with many links. Thank you for all that work! Best, Jenn