Cider would be easier, but the cider press I have is not as efficient as I would assume a professional cider press would be, so there is quite a bit of left over apple pieces, that just can't get the juice squeezed out of it. So, instead of feeding it to the chickens, I figured Id benefit out of it
Also, the apples cost me about $150, and its not going to make that much cider, making each glass of cider a small fortune.
I could easily just buy a few gallons of cider from the store, but its become a family tradition to go apple picking, then almost have like a mini family apple festival, so Im keeping up with tradition. Its actually my parents apple cider press that they passed down to me. I have pictures of my kids ( when they were very young) making cider with their grandfather.
Thanks for the info, freezing it will make my life a whole lot easier. I don't make wine often, so I prefer to have some time to do my research, rather than just rushing into it. Freezing the fruit will buy me some time.