So I'm roasting a chicken and open a bottle of wine to baste it with. I usually use apple cider but was too sore to go to the cellar to get a bottle. So raisin wine it is. A very nice wine and a shame to use it to baste with but so be it. This is an easy wine to make using a champagne yeast and organic Thompson's seedless raisins and lemon juice. This batch sparkles like champagne. 

So I'm wondering if anyone else makes wine. I like white wines so my favourites are in order of preference, Rhubarb, Raisin and Crabapple.  For a red I like raspberry with a bit of elderberry for the tannin although a tea bag works as well.

I'm not a kook and I don't make plunk. I've been doing this more than 15 years and got good at it.