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Any body tried make ur own wine at Corks winery brampton?




Recently saw a ad in the local paper for make ur own wine at Corks winery brampton.

Anybody tried this..

I wanted to get the fruit wines, but have to order 30 bottles which is a lot and so have to spend close to 110$.. wanted to know anyones experience with Corks or this kind of stuff where they provide the concentrate and all u do is at the end of 40 days go and bottle..


 
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Recently saw a ad in the local paper for make ur own wine at Corks winery brampton.

Anybody tried this..

I wanted to get the fruit wines, but have to order 30 bottles which is a lot and so have to spend close to 110$.. wanted to know anyones experience with Corks or this kind of stuff where they provide the concentrate and all u do is at the end of 40 days go and bottle..



I did it at Mississauga store (not of corks winery). I bought Armone but there are lot of varieties. Research about the flavor before you buy it.


 
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Can u tell the contact info of the store..

What is that stores lot size.

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Recently saw a ad in the local paper for make ur own wine at Corks winery brampton.

Anybody tried this..

I wanted to get the fruit wines, but have to order 30 bottles which is a lot and so have to spend close to 110$.. wanted to know anyones experience with Corks or this kind of stuff where they provide the concentrate and all u do is at the end of 40 days go and bottle..



I did it at Mississauga store (not of corks winery). I bought Armone but there are lot of varieties. Research about the flavor before you buy it.



 
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Can u tell the contact info of the store..

What is that stores lot size.

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Originally posted by dudewheresmycar


Recently saw a ad in the local paper for make ur own wine at Corks winery brampton.

Anybody tried this..

I wanted to get the fruit wines, but have to order 30 bottles which is a lot and so have to spend close to 110$.. wanted to know anyones experience with Corks or this kind of stuff where they provide the concentrate and all u do is at the end of 40 days go and bottle..



I did it at Mississauga store (not of corks winery). I bought Armone but there are lot of varieties. Research about the flavor before you buy it.




I do not exactly remember name of the store. It is in a strip mall located at Dugoy and Britannia (which is one light west of Terry Fox and Britannia). There is Bombay grocer and New India Sweet House in the same plaza.
I bottled around 36 bottles from one lot

I know another one which is in streetville. (it is in a plaza next to Streetsville Library) on Queen Street (south of Britannia) I will go there for Beer before summer. They have wine as well.


 
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I haven't tried that one, but there is a place by Keele & Hwy 7 that looks interesting. I forget the name - but it's located right at the Northeast corner of the intersection.

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Forgot to update this thread.

Me and a couple of my friends tried Cherry Pion noir at corks winery.

Came out quiet nice and at 3.50 a bottle it is probably the cheapest wine

A lot of my friends who are not serious wine drinkers liked it.

We are planning to do it again.




 
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Corks In Brampton
The most professional wine making place I've used in the GTA - and I've used various places in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, North York & Markham.

They know what they are doing - trust them.

And their prices are reasonable too.

Neil


 
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