We have, from left to right:
I expect two to be vile, three to be tasty, and one to be ok.
As a pre-Thanksgiving taste test I'm opening several half bottles to see which, if any, I might contribute to the Thanksgiving table. Well, one of the Thanksgiving tables. We have two Thanksgivings: one for each family. No alcohol permitted at one house...don't ask. Suffice it to say in my ancestral home the libations are liberally poured and enjoyed. Although I'm not sure how many people would respond in the affirmative to an offer of turnip wine. Which, btw, turns out not to be vile at all!
I poured myself a glass as I started this post and am pleasantly surprised. When I tasted it a year ago it was WAY too turnip-y. Now, after 2 years in the bottle (and 3 years since inception) it's quite nice. The miracle of fermentation. Maybe I just won't tell anyone what it's made from.