It christens our ships and ushers in our New Year. It\'s champagne, and we\'ll show you how to make this sparkling wine from a kit.
The wise one answers your home winemaking questions.
Vintage Vintners: Making properly aged wine at an assisted-living home in Virginia.
Think you know your stuff? Test your knowledge of vineyards with our pop quiz.
You put a lot of effort into making your wines taste great. How about making them look great , too? Make your neck stick out by adding a capsule to your wine bottle!
Need a white wine that goes well with a wide variety of food? Try Pinot Gris, a grape whose time has come....again.
In red wines, the cap must be pushed down into the juice regularly during the early stages of fermentation. Three commercial winemakers dish out tips on how to do this.
A home winemaking inventor, clubs from Delaware and Alabama and balloon wine?
Where to get bonsai grapevines, when not to blend and aging wine in barrels.
Some wineries estimate that 10 percent of their wines are affected by TCA, while others turn to -- gasp! -- synthetic corks and screw caps. Cork taint also can happen at home. Here\'s how to avoid it.
Discovered in the 1500s by Sir Walter Raleigh, the thick-skinned muscadine grape thrives across the hot and humid Southeast. Here\'s how to make a fine sipping wine from this ubiquitious southern fruit, with three recipes, a handy guide to common varieties, tips from award-winning muscadine winemakers and more.
Pruning your grapevines during dormancy is the key to growing grapes that make high-quality wine. Learn the lowdown on lopping your vines and master the two most common styles: cane and spur pruning.