Explore the types of enzymes used to make wine, and the functions that they perform.
If you want to do laboratory testing on your homemade wine, you'll want to familiarize yourself with this equipment first.
Learn how and when to adjust your grapes' acidity.
A wine’s pH greatly affects its taste and microbial stability. Learn the best ways to monitor and adjust your pH.
Oxidation is consistently the most common wine fault found in wine competitions, especially white wines. With a little oxidation prevention, your wines can be fault-free.
A detailed look at how to test your must and what the results mean. Use these methods to make corrections as you go. For the science-oriented winemaker.
Tired of sending your juice and wine out for analysis? Do the tests yourself. We’ll tell you what you need to set up your own home wine laboratory.
It starts with great fruit, but a winemaker must consider much more to make age-worthy red wine.
The Wiz separates fact from fiction in her answer about fungus-free wine. Plus: Should I dump it? This month's mystery barrel has been topped and sulfited, but hasn't been racked and may be past its prime.