1 (2 1/2 ounce) package active dry yeast
4 cups sugar
1 (12 ounce) can frozen juice concentrate, without sweeteners
3 12 quarts cold water
You will also need: 1 gallon glass jug (I guess you can use plastic, but I never did); 1 extra large latex balloon and a sturdy rubber band; 1-2 empty wine bottles or bottles of choice. Combine the yeast, sugar and juice in a gallon jug. Fill the jug the rest of the way with cold water. Rinse out the balloon, and fit it over the opening of the jug. Secure the balloon with a rubber band. Place jug in a cool dark place. Within a day you will notice the balloon starting to expand. As the sugar turns to alcohol, the released gas will fill up the balloon. When the balloon is deflated, the wine is ready to drink. It takes about 6-weeks total. Carefully pour wine into empty bottles without disturbing the sediment. Discard the sediment. Cork and tape the bottles closed. The wine can be drunk now or aged, bottles on their side, for a year if you like. But the younger it is, the yeastier it'll taste.