How to Make Bitter Gourd Wine

Updated on February 5, 2018
Materials needed for the preparation of wine making.
Materials needed for the preparation of wine making.

Many people nowadays suffer from stress maybe because of work, school, household chores, etc. Most poeople know that wine can relieve stress like tea. I started this project in order to relieve peoples’ stress. I want to show you how to produce wine made of bitter gourd, which I like to call “bitter gourd wine.” Bitter gourd (ampalaya in the Philippines) is a bitter vegetable that gets used in many recipes.

Ingredients and Supplies

  • 1/4 kilo ampalaya, chopped
  • 300 ml water
  • 3/4 cup sugar, white
  • 1 tspn. yeast, used for baking
  • Wine bottle with cork / cap
  • Blender
  • Bowls
  • Hot water
  • Cheese Cloth
  • Measuring cup

  1. Gather all the materials and ingredients needed.
  2. Wash the ampalaya thoroughly.
  3. Cut the ampalaya into pieces and remove the middle part of it using a spoon.
  4. Blend the ampalaya in a 50ml of water in a blender.
  5. While blending the ampalaya, submerge the wine bottle in a hot water for 20-30mins.
  6. After blending, separate the extracted liquid using a cheese cloth or a clean handkerchief.
  7. When the liquid is successfully extracted, put only 300ml of the ampalaya in the wine bottle together with 300ml of water (amt. of ampalaya = amt. of water).
  8. Add 1 tablespoon (for every 300ml) of yeast and ¾ cup of sugar.
  9. Sealed the wine bottle properly. Make sure that air will not enter inside the bottle.
  10. Wait for 3 weeks or more before enjoying.

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        liza06 

        21 months ago

        I have a question ?

        Is it ok if i did not use yeast in the wine im making? ??

        Is the taste will be the same

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        Sangita 

        4 years ago

        How does it taste?

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        ictic15 

        5 years ago

        heather, nah. it will not. the pressure inside is not that much to make an explosion. i'ts just a bottle, not a barrel. ;)

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        heather 

        6 years ago

        that sounds like it would explode; you need an airlock for primary fermentation

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        Ivona Poyntz 

        6 years ago from UK

        Sounds interesting, not sure I can source ampalaya

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