Clean and cut the pineapple into small chunks and mash it slightly. Beat egg well. Boil 2 liters of water and add sugar into it. Once all the sugar melts in water, let it cool well. Take half cup of luke warm water add a table spoon of sugar and yeast and keep it aside for 10 minutes. In a ceramic Jar, add Egg white , Cinnamon, Cloves, Wheat and mashed Pineapple chunks. Add Sugar syrup as well as risen yeast into the jar and mix well with a wooden spoon. Cover the mouth of the jar with a cloth. Stir the contents daily for 7 days and keep it unshaken for another 7 days.
On the 14th day, strain the contents in the jar into a vessel. The wine will look cloudy, taste little bitter, and less sweet. If needed, you can add little more sugar into the strained wine. Add Pineapple essence which will give a good flavour to the wine. Keep the wine undisturbed for another 7 days. After this period, you will get a clear and tasty wine without any bitterness. Once the wine is clear, transfer it into coloured bottles. Only 3/4th of the bottle has to be filled.
We can prepare Pineapple wine even from peeled skin and core which is usually considered as a waste. But in this method, do not squeeze the contents while we strain the wine. Always keep in mind that the utensils used for wine preparation should be clean and sterilized.