hist-brewing: RE: hist-brewing Digest, Vol 3, Issue 1
linda_c001 at hotmail.com
Thu May 19 15:35:22 PDT 2005
>Greetings and salutations,
>My name if Myfanwy (everyone calls me Mev for short) and I'm from the
>Shire of Sol Haven in Meridies. I do all kinds of stuff and have been
>interested in vinting and brewing for a while, I just haven't managed
>to get any of the equipment yet, the armour is coming first.
>I also cook, and I'm one of the co-feastacrats at Sol Haven's first
>event this year, Legends (The Legend of the Icenii Revolt, 64 AD). My
>request has to do with this position. I've got a very very very
>limited budget, and a couple of dishes the require wine. One is a
>white to go with chicken, the other is a red, though I'd really like to
>use mead instead. Part of the problem comes from my allergy to
>sulfites, so comercial wines aren't what I want to use. I will if it
>comes down to it, but I was wondering if anyone on here could point me
>in the direction of someone who crafts wines who does not use sulfites,
>and can accomodate a poor feastacrat's very meager budget. I'll need
>the wine for the event by June 1, and will need to purchase some for
>the test runs of the food as well, though I'm not yet certain of that
>date, it will be soon.
>So to sum up, hello, and can you help me find a white wine sans
>sulfates, and either a red wine or a really good meade (also sans
>sulfates) that are inexpensive? (you can email me directly at
>helygen at aol.com if you like)
>Thanks much for the consideration,
>Shire of Sol Haven
>Kingdom of Meridies
Mev, you might try getting the wine from a local home vintner/mazer.
I don't know anyone in Georgia, but if you happen to find yourself anywhere
near the Shire of An Dun Theine (Huntsville, Alabama) I know a mazer who has
just bottled two batches of traditional mead and has several more aging.
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