Fining is the addition of one substance to remove another. Learn about the fining agents available to home winemakers.
If you want to do laboratory testing on your homemade wine, you'll want to familiarize yourself with this equipment first.
Winemaking and the Olympic sport of skeleton racing have more in common than you might think.
The Wiz explains why it's not OK to make Kombucha tea in your winery. Plus: "Natural" wine myths.
Pruning grapevines is a little bit art, a little bit science. A pruner must choose which buds stay and which have to go.
Making wine is a lot easier when you have the right space to do the work. Just like a factory, every winery needs clean, uncluttered work areas and easy access to supplies.
Sometimes there just isn't enough time to soak a dirty carboy. If you find yourself needing a quick scrub, try building your own drill-mounted carboy cleaner.
Two New World winemakers discuss making wine with Sangiovese grapes.
Sangiovese is THE grape of Tuscany, and the mainstay in Italian red blends like Chianti, Carmignano and Montepulciano.
Fining decisions involve more than simply choosing the right fining agent.
Keeping your winemaking equipment clean is not optional — much like dental hygiene.
One of the dangers of making a high- alcohol wine is solvent-like aromas. Learn how to avoid these off odors.