Meet a home winemaker who makes art for wine’s sake.
Testing for dryness can be simple, as the Wiz explains. Plus: Can you ruin your wine with an empty airlock?
Is it time to try enzymes? Three enzyme-experienced winemakers give advice for additions at home.
Sometimes known as the “Englishman’s grape,” Elderberries can make a delicious fruit wine that either stands alone or brings complexity to a grape blend.
Spring is the best time to start fresh in the vineyard — and the best time to start good habits as well!
There is a lot of science in that glass of wine. Read about how chemistry controls what you smell and taste.
Confused by kit winemaking terms? Check out the first part of our Kit Wine glossary for the answers.
All hail the queen — the queen of Italian grapes that is. Make time to meet Sangiovese.
One of the most important balances any winemaker needs to strike in their wines is that of pH and acid. Learn why this scale is so important and the effects on a wine’s stability.
Should you fine or filter your Sauvignon Blanc? Do you sur lie age? What about skin contact? We found eight Sauvignon Blanc professionals who can answer these questions and more.
The old-fashioned way of closing a bottle of wine - the cork - is getting more high-tech every day. Explore some of the alternatives available to home winemakers.