The concord grape wine is bulk aging in a carboy and is very clear and it has a sour taste which is not unlike the grapes. The concord grapes are more of a table grape than a wine grape, but still it is not bad wine. I did have to add sugars to the recipe and I am thinking of back sweetening it with some concord grape juice. I would love to hear from anyone with some ideas on that.
Then there is the pumpkin wine which I tried in a 1 gallon batch. You can see it here:
There is definitely a pumpkin taste to the wine and it is a little on the sweet side. If that is not to your taste I'm sure you could cut back on the sugars in the recipe I used. I'm thinking of switching it to a pumpkin mead recipe I have found if I do another pumpkin wine this fall. It's still aging and I'm waiting to create some pumpkin bottles to bottle it. My wife really likes this idea: http://www.instructables.com/id/Wine-bottle-jack-o-lanterns/ and it does look nice. I think the wine could use some more aging so creating some of these and saving them for this Autumn will be nice.