How To Make Agrimony Wine
Homemade Wine Recipe
Ingredients: Agrimony Wine
Large bunch of fresh agrimony leaves
3 lb / 1,500 grams sugar
8 pints / 1 gallon cooled, boiled water
1/4 oz / 10 grams wine yeast
Method - What to Do
Agrimony (Agrimonia) is a pretty perennial herbaceous flowering plant, belonging to the family of Rosaceae.
Gently boil the leaves of the agrimony in the eight pints of water, for around 45 minutes. At this stage, pour the boiling mixture into the fermentation bucket and add the sugar, along with the lemons and oranges (sliced), stirring thoroughly at this stage. Start the wine yeast separately and add to the agrimony mixture (once cooled), covering and leaving for a total of three days. Strain in to a clean demijohn, add the airlock and then leave for three to four months, or until the yeast has well and truly worked itself out. At this stage, bottle the wine and leave to mature for a further two to three months.
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