The master of must answers your winemaking questions.
Our kit columnist talks about an economical wine revolution in America.
Find out the right irrigation method for your vineyard.
Some of the finest white wines in the world are made from grapes harvested from immaculate vineyards and ---dead yeast? How stirring the lees can add another layer of complexity to your white wines.
What's in a kit name? As it turns out, it's grape varietals, geography, history, and European lawyers. Plus: A handy chart to understand the traditional wine styles behind some of the major kit names.
Pinot Meunier is a red grape whose (white) juice puts some of the sparkle in classic sparkling wines. On its own, it makes a fruity, high-acid, low-color red. Here are tips and a recipe for making wine from this grape.
Professional winemakers are picky about how their grapes are picked. We pick their brains for great hand harvesting tips you can use this year.
A mobile home winery and plans for a portable wine lab and storage project.
Propogating grapevines and what your kit and kitty litter have in common.
Wines made from the same grape grown in different vineyards taste different. But what is it exactly that explains this difference? We dig for the answer and unearth the latest findings and studies on terroir.
Acidity is one of the elements that may need to be adjusted to produce a balanced wine. Discover the different ways available to a home winemaker to achieve this balance - from using acid blends to blending wines to using early harvested high-acid, low-sugar grapes.
Grape growers around the country assess the prospects for the 2006 grape harvest.
At harvest time, there are plenty of wine grapes out there -- you just need to know how to find them. We'll show you where to look in your neck of the woods.