Homemade Pineapple Wine


Homemade Pineapple Wine


Ingredients


  • 1 Pineapple
  • 2 Cups Sugar
  • 2 Cups Water
  • 1/2 tsp Dry yeast
  • 1 Egg White lightly beaten
  • 1 Small piece of Dry Ginger
  • 4-5 Cloves
  • Small piece of Cinnamon stick

Preparation
Wash the pineapple and cut into small pieces including the skin. Slightly
mash it using a wooden spoon or a vegetable masher. Mix the yeast with
2 tbsp of warm water and keep it aside for 10 minutes.
In a large Jar mix the pineapple, water, yeast, egg white and the spices.
Cover the jar with kitchen towel or muslin cloth and close the jar with the
lid so that air can escape from it. keep it in a dark place for two weeks(shake
the jar once in couple of days). Filter the wine using plastic filter or Muslin
cloth, and bottle it. Wine will look cloudy at this point, keep it in a dark place
 for a week and it will start getting clear. Wine is ready to drink now. Keep
 it in bottle for few more weeks to get a very clear wine.
Notes
1) Make sure to wash all the utensils used is washed with hot water to prevent
any contamination which can kill the yeast.
2) Check the bottle to see fermentation is working after first two days, by looking
for frothing in the jar or by the smell from the jar.
3) Wine filtering is an elaborate process, Wine makers use industrial filters, other
methods involve using clearing agents like egg white. I prefer to keep it with out
shaking and then transfer from the top of the bottle.

25 Comments:

Sailaja Damodaran said...

never made at home...cool nice click

Cinnamon Girl aka Reeni♥ said...

This sounds so delicious!! Love the flavors.

Sangeetha Subhash said...

Pics looks amazing very creative...wish to have it rite now :)

Shri said...

Not big on wine but it looks delicious!Is this the real wine?I thought it is made from grapes..You have to excuse me for my ignorance!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

lovely pix...

Barbara Bakes said...

Gorgeous picture!

Sushma Mallya said...

wow such a beautiful pic....

sangeeta said...

this is a good info for me....i think i'll give it a try when possible.
do you make vinegars too??

Priya said...

My Husband will definitely love this wine..awesome click!

Angie's Recipes said...

I wish I could try some now...sounds fantastic.

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Ann said...

WOW! Awesome flavour! sounds interesting and tempting.

Padma said...

Lovely click ... very unique recipe...

Abhilash said...

I think your blog is gona attract a lot of men's from Kerala. mm... their weak point - wine :)

Good recipe and alot of work needed.

Nandini said...

Lovely pics! You have a wonderful blog! Amazing and neat work!

Parita said...

Wow..this is something new to me, looks lovely!

Chef Jeena said...

Beautiful picture! The wine sounds really lovely. :-)

Simply Life said...

Wow, that sounds like the perfect fall drink!

rekhas kitchen said...

lovely and interesting recipe and so beautiful pic.

5 Star Foodie said...

A pineapple wine! Sounds excellent!

Sarah Naveen said...

Wow!!!Wow!!!
I m dfntly gonna try this...

Nithya said...

Wow wow wow.. this sounds so interesting :)

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Homecooked said...

Oh wow....didnt know wine could be made of pineapples too! Looks great!

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

i shud nt hav pineapple right now... vrinda..i dont hav words to tell about this wine..
amazing snap.. :)

Gundz said...

Hi guys, I have been making fantastic pineapple wine for years which tastes really good. Have a go with my pineapple wine recipe and wine making process and let me know how you get on: http://www.howdoyoumakewine.co.uk/index.php/wine-recipes/pineapple-wine-recipe

anooj bs said...

i had a question . Most people dont use pineapple skin for making wine . if i made a pineapple wine without peeling , then what kind of effect it will give when compared to pineapple wine which made from without its skin ? can anyone tell me ? thanks

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