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Mulberry Wine Recipes

Mulberry Wine Recipe #1

Makes 1 gallon


  • 4 pounds mulberries
  • 4 1/2 cups of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon yeast nutrient
  • 1 teaspoon acid blend
  • 1 teaspoon pectic enzymes
  • 1 Campden tablet
  • Use all-purpose or Bordeaux yeast


  1. Crush the fruit in the primary fermenter
  2. Pour in all the additives and sugar.
  3. Stir well and top up to 1 gallon with hot water.
  4. Let sit until cool and the Campden tablet dissipates (about 24 hours).
  5. Then add the yeast and start the ferment.
  6. Racking and finings as per normal.

Mulberry Wine Recipe #2 (with Honey)


  • 3 pounds fresh mulberries
  • 8 ounces light raisins, chopped
  • 3 pounds honey
  • 1 teaspoon pectic enzyme
  • 1 teaspoon yeast nutrient
  • 1 1/2 cups orange juice (for yeast starter)
  • 1 Campden tablet
  • 1 packet Champagne yeast


  1. Boil the honey in two quarts of water for 10 to 15 minutes and skim off the foam.
  2. Mash the berries.
  3. Put them and the chopped raisins into the primary fermenter.
  4. When the boiled honey and water has cooled sufficiently so as not to endanger the fermenter (if it is glass, for instance) add it to the fruit.
  5. Crush the Campden tablet and stir it into the primary fermenter.
  6. Stir in the pectic enzyme.
  7. Allow the mixture to stand for 24 hours.
  8. Then make up the yeast starter by mixing the yeast and 1 teaspoon of yeast nutrient with the orange juice in a suitable bottle. The orange juice should be at about 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
  9. Shake the bottle well to mix it, then loosen the top. Be sure the top is loose!
  10. If you are making more than one gallon of wine, add one more teaspoon of yeast nutrient per gallon to the primary fermenter.
  11. Let the yeast starter stand for 1 to 2 hours until it is bubbly and then stir it into the primary fermenter.
  12. Stir the fermenting melomel 2 or 3 times a day for the first day or two, then once daily until the fermentation slows.
  13. When the primary fermentation is complete (usually in about a week if you used Champagne yeast, longer if you used a slower yeast), strain off the berries and discard them.
  14. Place the melomel into the secondary fermenter. If necessary make up the volume with water.Install the water seal.
  15. Rack as necessary. Bottle when it is still and clear.

For best results, let mulberry wine age for a year or two.