Dec 12/Jan 13
A complete list of all the stories that ran in WineMaker in 2012.
Make wine anytime from grapes with must that has been frozen immediately after crushing.
The Wiz responds immediately to a question regarding a delayed malolactic fermentation. Plus, the origins of an orange color in a strawberry wine.
Now grown almost everywhere where the cool climate permits, Pinot Noir was originally the Pride of Burgundy.
If your’re a winemaker in Ontario, AWO has a Canadian club for you.
See the winners of this year’s Label Contest, including our online-only Editor's Choice winners.
Four pros discuss how they broke into professional winemaking (and offer up advice for how you can also).
Turn two good wines into one great one with blending. Charts to guide you to classic blends.
From vineyards around the world to the box at your local home winemaking shop, how wine kits are made.
The best of the best from the wine kits entered in our 2012 WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition.
Two meadmakers share advice for making homemade honey wine.
How to choose and make kit wines that are meant to be drunk young.
Red winemaking techniques to reduce the levels of sulfite in your “natural” wine.
Questions about growing grapes in backyard vineyards. From too vigorous Norwegian Merlot to raisining California Zin, we have the answers.