The wise one answers your winemaking questions.
Enophiles? Wine Lovers?...or Whiners? Plus: Army Worm Wine
Our sparkling wine article sparks some questions, a Texan who's gun shy over Mustang wine and more.
Our resident kit half-wit learns the simple pleasures of oysters on the half-shell.
From the humble hydrometer to more elaborate tools, our technical editor gives an ebullient explanation of how to measure the amount of alcohol in your wine.
The world of Sauvignon Blanc revealed. From France to New Zealand, each region puts its spin on this diverse white wine.
Chambourcin is a cold-weather grape that's mysterious origins lie in France.
Do you have what it takes to make great wine? Two pro discuss the essential equipment needed for winemaking.
With winter just around the corner, author Jeff Chorniak provides tips on cold climate viticulture. Inside are proven suggestions for winter protection, including the factors involved in choosing the grape variety that not only survives cold, but also makes good wine.
You may not know it, but they're already here. Take a look at one of the most important home winemaking developments of the past decade.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. With eight pounds of them, you can make wine. Inside find tips, techniques to make the drink, as well as recipes for Hard Cider and Apple Wine.
Winemakers from Cakebread Cellars, Louis M. Martini Winery, Geyser Peak Winery, Chateau Souverain Winery, Mill Creek Vineyards, Millbrook Vineyards and Winery and Laurel Glen Winery discuss the art and craft of making Cabernet Sauvignon.