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Phalse Indian BlueBerry Wine

The pink, red and purple berries are grown in arid lands of Rajasthan & Madhya Pradesh, these are often called Blue Berry of India. These grow in the wild during the summer months. The sweet-sour berries can be eaten as a snack or made into a beverage.

It is rich in antioxidants, Vitamin C and has a lot of health benefits. Its high acidity, pink color juice, and astringency make it an ideal for making rosé wine.

Since these berries have a very short shelf life, they are consumed within a few days of plucking. However, if you convert to a Sherbat (Sweetened Beverage), once can relish these flavors for over a year.

Phalse Indian Blueberry wine

Phalse Wine: Indian BlueBerry

This summer sweet sour berries can be converted into a lovely wine
Prep Time 2 hrs
Total Time 2 hrs
Course Drinks
Cuisine alcohol
Servings 4 drinks
Calories 20 kcal


  • fermenter with airlock
  • sieve


  • 700 gm Ripe Phalse Purple and deep Red. Avoid Green
  • 200 gm Sugar
  • 3 gm Red Wine or Cider Yeast


  • Take 750gm of Phalse Berries.
  • Clean and wash them to remove any twigs, rotten fruit or mud
  • Squash them in a grinder to separate the seed from the pulp
  • Use a spoon and a Challni (Sieve) to separate out the seeds.
  • Add some water to extract all the pulp, pink color and flavors.
  • A pinch of rock salt (pink himalyan salt) will enhance the flavor and aromas
  • Add 200gm sugar and top it to water to make about 1 Liter of Phalse Sherbat
  • It will look like a pink colored cloudy liquid but it it will clear up during fermentation.
  • Add 2-3gm of red wine cider yeast and attach an airlock.
  • After a week, filter in a coffee strainer.
  • Keep the fresh wine in refrigerator for a day and serve the lovely Rose colored pink wine.


I like chilled Phalse wine with a bit of sweet-salty taste. 24 hours in the refrigeration helps clear up this alcoholic cider.


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Keyword blueberry wine


  1. Looking for anyone selling blueberry infused alcoholic wine.around 15 bottles

    1. sory sir we sell only raw materials you will have to make wine yourself

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