The Wizard of Wine gets a question of the vine, as well as questions on turning up the tannins.
Ives is a native American grape, which shares many characteristics with Concord and Fredonia. Discovered by an Ohio tailor, this grape was once planted widely across the United States. Although high in acid, it can be made into a good sweet wine that pairs well with fruit.
Meet three new grape varietals you can plant in your backyard vineyard — Valvin Muscat, Noiret and Corot Noir.
Of kits and kangaroos — how Australian grapes get made into North American wine kits. If you're up for making a big, jammy Shiraz, read about how they grew it down under.
Chancellor is a hybrid that grows well in cold climates. Although it originated in France, it is now grown fairly extensively in the eastern US. With its deep colors and complex flavor, it pairs well with beef stew, roasted lamb or many hard cheeses.
An Ohio winemaking club that has "got grapes," a Canadian miner who is also a "winer" and a super-sprayer project for small vineyards. Plus: a beginner's guide to bottling your homemade wine
Beat the Southern heat, humidity and pests by choosing the right vines, rootstocks and vineyard practices.
Outgrowing your buckets and jugs? We'll show you the equipment you need to step up to the "big leagues" and start making large batches of wine from grapes.
Winemakers in the Finger Lakes of New York deal with harsh winters and humid summers. Learn how they have adapted their vineyard practices to their surrondings and adjusted their winemaking techniques to showcase their grapes.
Want the aroma of your favorite flower in wine? We'll show you how to make a balanced flower wine.