Question by  netbizguru (20)

How long do fruit wines last if they are unopened?


Answer by  SomethingElse (68)

Even though wines last longer when they are unopened, fruit wines are not designed to be "aged" like other kinds of wine. Thus, it is best to drink them within a year of when they were bottled, although this is not a hard and/or fast rule.


Answer by  Mollichella (445)

That really all depends on the kind of wine and the way it is kept. A good wine in a cool, dark place will last quite a while.


Answer by  serendip (408)

Unopened fruit wines can last for many years if stored in a cool, dark environment. Like any wine, they will not age well if stored in an area with a wide temperature range, bright light, and/or vibration. Don't store any wine on top of your refrigerator!


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well they will last for 5-10 years depending on how strong the wine is. They will last for a while. If you open it then the taste and freshness will go away.


Answer by  gabshawgeo (31)

If fruit wine is kept at a cool temperature they should last about a year, any longer and they will lose their freshness and become dull.


Answer by  Walter (82)

It depends. If you keep it in the refrigerator, you can keep if for days. If you don't, a couple of houres. But you always taste it. If the wine become sour, it isn't pleasant to drink.


Answer by  M568460 (45)

If the fruit wines are unopened they are long last for more than five months to ten months they are expire while the date is finised

Reply by bassgrrl (12):
Five months? What does "expire" mean by your standards, "evaporate"?  add a comment

Answer by  Zaka (2315)

Not very long at all. Most fruits other than grapes do not have the necessary levels of acidity to hold the other components of the wine intact for long.

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