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Making great wine at home could translate into a winemaking career. Hear from five professionals who have made the leap.
William Ruting of North Carolina has two hobbies: winemaking and house cats . . . 25 house cats, that is.
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The winemakers of Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada have adapted to the unique challenges of a cold climate — both in the vineyard and in the winery
Pinot Grigio is more than the mass market wines flooding the market lately. Learn how to make a great Pinot Grigio.
Not all the aromas in your wine come from the grapes — many come from the yeast. Learn more about the chemistry of yeast strains to decide what will best ferment your musts.
Pinot Blanc — one of the offspring of Pinot Noir — is waiting for its 15 minutes of fame to come around.
Pairing grapes with yeast strains is made easier with the "Funnel Decision Model."
How do minerals and metals affect your homemade wines? Daniel Pambianchi explains how — and where they come from.
Adding certain animals to your vineyard can encourage biodiversity and improve yields.