337. Diluted Wine

47:5 The restrictions on uncooked wine no longer apply to wine that has been diluted in the ratio of six parts water to one part wine. Anything containing wine diluted to this amount is unaffected if handled by a non-Jew. However, raisin wine, made by pouring water over raisins, is considered wine in all regards.

47:6 A beverage made by pouring water over grape seeds or over the dregs of wine, if it is appetizing to drink, it is subject to the restrictions of being handled by non-Jews.