The InstantPot craze has swept the nation. From beans and stews to yogurt and veggies the pressure cookers possibilities seem endless.
And now thanks to David Murphy, a food blogger, the world knows that it is possible to make wine in an Instant Pot.
David said that he searched through several sites to compile a recipe which requires a 64-ounce bottle of Welch’s Grape Juice, a cup of granulated sugar, a packet of Lalvin Red Wine Yeast, a funnel, clear packing tape and about 48 hours of total cooking time.
After the wine cooks, it takes another 8 days to fully ferment until it’s time to drink up!