I have been making my own wine for 27 years. You want a juice concentrate that is 100% juice. A simple wine fermentation involves adding yeast to a mixture of fruit, water and sugar. And if you want to make something interesting try any other kind of fruit juice that catches your fancy. Some people like to add additional sugar in the beginning and allow it to ferment out. Yes. The amount of fruit to use per gallon of wine varies depending on the type of fruit and how intensely flavored you want the finished wine to be. I don’t think I’m a good enough writer to capture the unique taste that resulted from this whole process, I’ll just leave it to your imagination! Some of us use No Rinse Cleanser. My friends really liked the sweet fruity flavour. The juice I want to use has flavors from concentrate and something called Malic acid is this ok? When making wine from fruit juice, always start with a very clean jug or bucket. Also, after everything is done fermenting, how do you get rid of all the yeast in the bottle, and get it clean for drinking?? You mentioned in one of your replies that this wine could keep for up to (2) years if properly corked.