*If you choose to use a sugar substitute, you'll still need to add some sugar. Yeast feeds on sugar, and without it, the yeast can't grow and your wine won't ferment. Add just enough sugar for the yeast (it'll be converted anyway), about ½ cup, and wait to add the sugar substitute until the wine is finished. Then you can judge how much you'll need.
After you have the water lock in place, let the wine sit in a cool, dark place for 3-4 weeks to allow fermentation to take place. You'll know it's done when the bubbling stops.
It is very important to be sure that the fermentation process has finished before capping or corking. If you don't, you risk an explosion.
Recipe by DIY Natural at https://www.diynatural.com/dandelion-wine-recipe/