A kitchen in Wales. 7 lively fermenting wines with several other slower ones.
The 7 liveliest are Blackbery the others a combination of Blackcurrant, Elderflower, Raspberry and Whitecurrant.
Recorded with a Rode NTG-1 and Sony ECM-XM1 into An Edirol R44 at full gain. 10.1dB volume boost and light noise reduction in Adobe soundbooth.
Trying to count up the total brew in the house….
There are 2 black grape, 1 Plum and Blackberry, 1 Plum and blackcurrant, 3 Elderflower, 4 Rose petal, 1 Whitecurrant (with a few black) , 1 Raspberry, 2 Lemon, 4 Blackcurrant , 1 Elderberry and Blackberry and 14 Blackberry (11 made with this seasons fruit). Theres also a gallon and a half of miscellaneous bottles from previous years knocking about in the cupboards and cellar…so I make it somewhere in the region of 35 gallons. Thats around 210 bottles.
Most of it is here in the kitchen, still fermenting at various stages. Theres 2 in the bucket and a few in the cellar too.
(For a Halloween special brew!)
So I’ve been counting them as I pick the blackberries..Im also wearing a pedometer to see how much distance I cover. I should probably be timing picks too. I think this is how to calculate my average Bpm (Blackberries per mile).
Recording 4 Gallons of Blackberry wine fermenting in a kitchen in Wales.
Recently strained blackberry wine fermenting well.
Still fermenting after a month and a half.