Blueberries are one of the healthiest fruits you can get. They are packed with antioxidants and some say there are more health benefits to blueberry wines than there are in traditional red wines. Fresh from the field with a sweet, zingy tartness and warm fruit flavors. Blueberry wines are perfect for summer barbecue and pair well with meats, mild cheese, pasta, fruit, and desserts such as cheesecake. We’ve included some of the best blueberry wine kits on the market so that you can enjoy this wine year round.
These blueberry wine kits contain all of the ingredients to make delicious blueberry wine. You will get the blueberry juice or concentrate and all of the necessary additives. You’ll also receive easy to follow instructions that ensure your wine will come out perfect. If you don’t have the equipment to make wine yet be sure to check out our wine equipment kits at the bottom of this post to get started.
The taste of fresh blueberries picked at the peak of ripeness. This wine brings back feelings of those long summer days relaxing in a lounge chair in the breeze. Imagine a bowl of fresh, plump, and juicy blueberries. That’s what you’ll get with the Orchard BReezing Blueberry Bliss wine kit. This kit includes the ingredients to make up to 6 gallons of wine with easy to follow directions. Contains all of the blueberry flavoring and additives to make a delicious dessert wine. This is definitely one of the best blueberry wine kits we’ve found.
Island Mist Blueberry Pinot Noir
This kit produces a wine with natural fruit flavoring an alcohol content of about 6.5% alcohol by volume. This is lighter than traditional table wines. Makes up to 6 gallons of sweet blueberry wine. Each wine kit contains the concentrate and juice plus they contain all of the necessary ingredients to make the specified amount of wine. The ingredients include yeast, bentonite, potassium metabisulfite, potassium sorbate and a fining agent.
Don’t forget – Wine Equipment Kits
In order to make any of the kits above you need a wine equipment kit. The kits above only include the fruit juice (or concentrate) flavoring and the necessary additives to make the wine. You’ll need at least a 6-gallon bucket, a 6-gallon glass carboy, a bung with an airlock, and a siphon. We’ve included some 6-gallon wine equipment kits below if you are looking to get started making wine.