Remember field trips? Well your wine education may benefit from one now.
The Wiz is in like Zin on a blending question and answers a testing question
Help your vinifera plantings beat the "bad bugs" – phylloxera and nematodes – with resistant root stock.
The true identity of the Wine Wizard, like that of all superheroes, is a closely guarded secret. OK, it was a closely guarded secret until now. In this issue of WineMaker, we reveal who the Wiz really is, and she - yes, she - presents her 10 favorite questions from over the years.
Hot information on why keeping things cool is your best bet when making white wine.
In the poem "Catawba Wine," Henry Wadsworth Longfellow celebrates this labrusca varietal. Find out what made him put pen to paper.
Three pros come off the bench and take a swing at giving their advice on bench testing – testing small samples of wine to determine how to treat the bulk of your wine.
A Washington winemaker wants the airwaves, a club that's a triple threat and a project that will keep your carboys safe. Plus: a beginner's guide to cleaning and sanitation.
Remember your chemistry set as a kid? Well now you can have a lot of science fun again, with wine experiments. (And this time it's OK to drink the results.)
A few years ago, if you heard of Malbec, you probably knew of it as one of the grapes in a Bordeaux blend. These days, if you've heard of it, it may be from the excellent wines coming out of Argentina. If you haven't heard of it, it's time you did. Meet Malbec – a colorful, juicy grape that many winemakers are developing a crush over.