Dec 17/Jan 18
Explore the many options home winemakers have when it comes time to get your wine into the bottle.
The Wizard inspects about some unusual growth on top of aging wines and how to calculate yeast pitching rates.
From crush to bottling; when and where microoxygenation may be appropriate and when it may not be.
A California winemaker confesses his secret to making a good wine blend great.
This Holiday Season give the gift of wine! Check out all the great wine making gear in the following section for some great gift ideas for friends & family or make your own holiday wish list…
Nearly 1,000 wine kits entered into more than 30 different categories were judged in the 2017 WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition — many of which received medals. We shine a spotlight on the top scoring 100 wine kits.
There are temperature ranges advisable for fermenting all wine styles, but how does each end of that range (or even going outside of the typical range) affect the aroma, taste, and body of your wine?
Wine and chocolate are a match made in heaven. But it doesn’t have to be two separate delicacies. Home winemakers can actually combine the two by infusing wine with chocolate.
Oxygen can be a key element when it comes to making wine or it can be the enemy. Learn from two experts in the field about when oxygen may be useful when producing white wines.
Your fresh grape wine equipment is a big investment and something that is taken out for use only once or a few times per year. When done, make sure you know how to properly clean and store your equipment away until next use.