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        Q: How long does an opened bottle of dessert wine last?
A: Any wine bottle that was initiated , ought to be capped between the times it is being poured . The longer the air are subjected to the bottles content , the faster the wine will start to sour . It should was probably used up in several hours ... three to four hours at most without being reverted to refrigerating . 

Q: Homemade Wine Bottling?
A: Insofar as feasible , keep it in glass , in particular if you think the wine is worth drinking . If you run out of glass bottles , you are able use PETE soda bottles but drink those first of all , before the wine selects up off-tastes from the plastic . Then use the bottles with screw-caps . An rising numbers of wineries 's use them but the seal gets worse with each reusings . For the bestest of your wine , used corked bottles and store them appropriately . Those is feasible to aged . 

Q: Types of wine bottles?
A: I have two propositions --  -- - Try a home brewery store . They sell all sorts of bottles and ceasedpers .  -- This sounds strange ... ... but it 's what I do -- - I order huge bags of cork stoppers from Scientific Supply Stores - Try Fisher , LCMlab or only google test tubing sales .