The wise one answers your winemaking questions.
He and she and wine makes three. How wine brought a couple together.
Questions from home vineyardists on fertilizing low-vigor vines in Nebraska, trellis poles in Michigan and stunted Cab shoots in California.
Yeast turns the grape juice and concentrate in a kit into wine. But why do different kits contain different strains of yeast? And, can the kit winemaker swap yeasts?
From the Chianti region of Italy, here is how to make these eponymous blends that contain three-quarters or more Sangiovese and are fresh, fruity wines. Perfect with liver and fava beans.
When one wine won't do, try mixing two. Hints for combining wines to create a blend that is more than the sum of its parts.
A wheelchair winemaker keeps it simple, a California club and a pump project. Plus: selecting the right yeast
What to do before you build a wine cellar, coffee wine and ingredients to avoid.
The path from vine to wine passes through these two pieces of equipment. Find out how they work and how to get the most out of your next batch.
Colorful, fruity and tannic -- this nearly anonymous blender can hold its own, given a chance.
The legality and practicality of shipping homemade wine. How to get it to its destination intact.