Wine Recipes

Wine, made in an Instant Pot, taste-tested by a master sommelier in Texas

Can you make wine in an Instant Pot? And does it taste good? Sarah Blaskovich, food writer for The Dallas Morning News, cooked Welch’s grape juice, sugar and yeast in an Instant Pot for two days, following blogger David Murphy’s viral recipe. Then, she let it rest for 19 days. And then Master Sommelier James Tidwell tasted the final product. Watch to see if this cheap, homemade wine is worth making yourself.

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