How do you make apple wine from fresh apples?

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An easy recipe for Apple Wine calls for 1 gallon water, 6 lbs apples, 1 lb chopped up raisins and 3 lbs sugar. The apples are boiled with the water, sugar is added and then it must ferment for several days. Check out this link for a detailed recipe. www.wine-making-guides.com
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Apple wine may be made from using fresh apples, apple sauce, dried apples, frozen apple concentrate, apple cider, and even apple juice. It may also be made by using a combination of some of the above. For more information look here: Used for apple wine or pear wine ;
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