Recipe for Homemade Blackberry wine – a natural remedy for anemia

Blackberry wine has long been used as a natural remedy for anemia. It also regulates blood pressure, lowers cholesterol and increases blood circulation. It is enough to drink a small glass of blackberry wine every day, on an empty stomach.

Blackberry wine works well on skin diseases such as rashes, and thanks to vitamin C, minerals and iron, you can say goodbye to dizziness and fatigue. Blackberry wine contains acids, similar to the effect of the stomach, which helps digest food, especially protein. quartcetin, an ingredient in this wine, defeats cancer cells. Flavonaids protect the body from free radicals. Monoflavonaids like resveratrol are also antioxidants, they are those that lower “bad” cholesterol, prevent damage to blood vessels and protect the body from weight gain and diabetes.

Blackberriy wine – recipe

This is a tried and tested old recipe, which contains nothing but sugar and blackberries.


4 kg of blackberries

1 kg of sugar


  • Mash blackberries by hand or grind on a meat mincer, mix with sugar and pour into glass jars.
  • Do not fill the jars to the top, but leave them empty for a quarter.
  • Cover with a plate or clean gauze and leave in a dark and cool place for seven days.
  • After that time, the blackberry pomace will rise, and the juice will remain at the bottom.
  • Separate the pomace, and strain the juice through gauze and pour into clean jars.
  • Cover and leave in the shade for another seven days, until all the sediment has fallen to the bottom.
  • For seven days carefully strain the juice from the sediment, then pour it into sterilized glass bottles, connect only with gauze.
  • After a few days, when the wine is no longer rustling, close the bottles with corks and leave in a cool place.

Make vinegar too:

  • Pour a little water into the drained blackberry pomace, put it in the sun, and after 15 days strain it.
  • That way, you will get great vinegar.

Published by Sophia Dane

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21 thoughts on “Recipe for Homemade Blackberry wine – a natural remedy for anemia

  1. Sophia this is an amazing recipe.
    I have never made wine at home. I’d love to now.
    Here we don’t get fresh blackberries, only dried ones. Do we then soak them to hydrate?
    For how long.
    It would really help if you could place some pictures of the process in the post.
    Final question
    How do know that some fermentation has not turned to methyl?
    Thanks a lot😊😊

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    1. Thank you for your visit and interest.
      It is prepared from fresh, ripe, dark blackberry fruits. Not dry. I have never tried to prepare dried fruits, nor have I honestly heard that quality wine can be prepared from dried fruits.
      Fermentation should not be prolonged. So stick to the recipe. In this case, seven days.
      Wine as an alcoholic beverage contains primarily ethanol, and other alcohols occur in small quantities, but even such quantities are sufficient to be a cause of headaches. If consumed frequently and in larger quantities.

      Methanol is formed by the division of pectin, and, for example, in wine from noble vine, it has only 0.02 to 0.1 g / l, so its effect is negligible.
      I will share photos, these days my family and I traditionally make wine and brandy. We will also make blackberry wine. I am convinced that homemade wine is incomparably healthier, so in terms of quality, you will certainly not make a mistake if you prepare it. 😊

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      1. Of course. You can prepare it from apples, pears, raspberries, black currants … I really appreciate raspberry wine. But the simplest is blackberry wine, because it is made only from fruit and sugar. While, when you use other fruits, water usually goes, for example. And the amount of sugar varies. You have to prepare according to some traditional recipe if you don’t want to add anything from the chemistry.

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      2. Thank you. I am delighted with your interest. I will definitely try to put as many photos as possible with the description, and these days to publish traditional recipes for homemade wine from several types of fruit. πŸ₯‚πŸ€—

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      3. And I’ll be your friend for life😊😊😊
        It is my passion to make cocktails. I even have a blog on cocktails which I don’t really promote. ( )

        I’ve never tried wine making as I found it too complex and time consuming. In your recipe I found great simplicity.
        Thanks once again. i will try the blackberry wine. Hopefully my wife will like it too.😊😊😊

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