Harvested from the garden.
Washed and dried.
Simmering with a side of mashing.
Cooked for 15 minutes.
Pouring through cheesecloth.
Chilling and straining.
Chilled and strained.
After harvesting, washing, mashing, cooking and straining the grapes, I poured it into a wine glass with a splash of sparkling water.
Paired with a hot bowl of potato/corn/sausage/kale soup, I don't think I've ever had a more satisfying drink. It is thicker, richer and more grape-y than any other juice I've ever had. It is fantastic. It is thicker, richer and more grape-y than any other juice I've ever had. It is fantastic.
If you come over in the next couple days, I might let you have a sip. But you'll want to hurry.