Dec 15/Jan 16
Four seasoned kit winemakers share their secrets to making medal-worthy wines from kits.
Not all whites are meant to only be enjoyed young. Let us introduce you to Sémillon.
The Wine Wizard explores candy cane wine, 22-year-old Concord wine, and maple wine.
It took a trip to Greece for Steve Sieberson to truly appreciate wine with all of his senses.
This Holiday Season give the gift of wine! Check out all the great wine making gear in the following section for some great gift ideas for friends & family or make your own holiday wishlist...
Here are the winning labels we selected in the 2015 label contest.
Here is a list of stories that ran in WineMaker magazine in 2015.
More than 1,200 wine kits were judged in the 2015 WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition across more than 30 categories. We put the spotlight on the top 100 scoring kits from the competition.
Winemaking equipment is often a significant investment, but you can save money if you build your own. Use these plans to build your own destemmer-crusher and wine press in time for next fall’s harvest.
How should you select which of your homemade wines to serve at your dinner party? We ask three pros to weigh in on what makes a good wine and food pairing.
Winemaking can include a lot of manual labor, but add a pump or two to the process and things get a whole lot easier on the back.
If you’ve ever made a wine that didn’t age as you had hoped, the problem may have had to do with polyphenols. Learn how to measure phenolic capacity for oxygen uptake.
Wes Hagen tackles reader questions about problems in home vineyards from across the United States, including managing over-vigorous vines, spray regimens, low yields, pests, and more.