Dec 03/Jan 04
The wise one answers your home winemaking questions.
Some new-fangled technology and old fashioned hard work help reveal the unusual origins of the Zinfandel grape.
Harvest time is over, but our readers' curiosity about their grapevines never ends. Find out more about your backyard vineyard in this Q and A session with our columnist Wes Hagen.
How well will your wine age? Find out the important factors to the longevity of wine in our guide to aging potential.
Viognier -- with hints of spricots, peaches and pear, this white wine grape is rising from near extinction to enophilogical distinction.
Three...Two...One...now what? Here are some New Year's resolutions from top winemaking professionals for 2004.
Two California winemakers and a team from South Carolina.
High pH grapes, a carbonated Concord wine, too much sulfite and the interaction of two fining agents.
Protecting your wine from oxygen is one of the most important aspects of winemaking. Learn how to prevent premature aging in your wine.
There are a lot of grapes out there -- including many you probably won't find in crates or by the pail. You can, however, explore winemaking with many exotic or up-and-coming grapes through wine kits.
Don't judge Sangiovese based on the straw-covered Chianti bottles of the past. These days, this site-specific grape makes some wonderful, balanced wines.