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Hot and cold conditions can both cause changes in your wine. Learn how to stabilize your wine against these threats.
Baco Noir is a French hybrid between a white vinifera grape and a red riparia grape. Not sanctioned for use in wine in France, vines of Baco Noir made their way to North America where many winemakers are discovering its Rhône-like character.
The Central Texas Wine Guild, a homemade mini-press and a California winemaker. Plus: a beginner’s guide to making and storing sulfite solution
Thirteen grape varieties are allowed in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, but the main three — Grenache, Mourvèdre and Syrah — carry most of the weight. Learn about the history and lessons of wine fit for a Pope.
Blending is a time-honored practice in winemaking, and it can be a lot of fun to boot — especially when “researching” your own blend percentages. If you’re ready to try blending at home, we’ll tell you how to go about producing a balanced wine through blending.
Sometimes a wine will benefit from a little sweetness. Other times, it may benefit from a lot of sweetness. From off-dry wines to sticky dessert wines, we’ll show you how to make a delicious (and stable) sweet wine.