2017 Restricted Quantity (RQ) Program
Introducing the Noble Grapes of France, wines that remain true to their roots – centuries old – for the winemakers who know and appreciate the difference.
Each year the Restricted Quantities brand offers craft winemakers the opportunity to make truly outstanding wines from grapes grown in world- renowned winemaking regions. This year they bring you “Le Chateau Noblesse” — crafted from the original noble grapes of France— these are classic wines worthy of the most discerning wine cellar.
Craft winemakers often seek out new wine experiences from regions around the world, but no matter what other wines we fall in love with, like old friends, we always go back to the original noble varieties of France: Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc. Winemaking R&D Support – Rachel Kvas, has combined the best quality French grape musts with specialized yeasts, oak and grape skins to create these four French classic wines especially for our 2017 RQ program.
Not familiar with the RQ Program?
Each year RJS Craft Winemaking offers home winemakers an exclusive selection of outstanding wine kits, developed to feature the best results from grape harvests around the world. Because these kits are special and unique, each 16-liter "RQ" kit comes with its own artfully designed labels and bottle dressings.
Due to the nature of these kits, they are only available in 'Restricted Quantities', and must be pre-ordered before they're available to ship. Visit this page to find information about this year's spectacular varieties, as well as details on the pre-order process and a wealth of materials to help you market these remarkable products in your store or on your website.
Free corks with every pre-ordered wine kit, if ordered before the cut-off date.
Click here to see all of the limited availability wine kits.
If you need equipment, please look at our starter packages.
Equipment Only for Wine Making
With our starter kits, you can either purchase the equipment only, or purchase equipment and a concentrate. If you have any questions, please contact us.