A new wine culture is emerging in the Philippines thanks to the discovery that local berries make fine wine.
Get tips on making traditional mead from two pros who are well-recognized for their meadmaking accomplishments.
Explore the types of enzymes used to make wine, and the functions that they perform.
The Wiz advises how to keep color from dissipating from red wines, and also offers tips to make Zin.
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…
We asked five winemaking professionals to share what they think are the most essential practices that you should be doing in your home winery.
More than 1,100 wine kits were judged in the 2016 WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition. We shine a spotlight on the top 100.
Find out how to replicate the method of making Amarone — the famed red "straw wine" from the Valpolicella zone of Italy's Veneto province made from grapes partially dried on straw mats to concentrate their juice.
In the second installment of our year-long series about how homemade wine is made using home-grown grapes, our Upstate New York grape grower and winemaker discusses how he processes his grapes after they come in from harvest.
Barbera is a favorite among winemakers because its high acidity makes it a useful grape for blending and also a unique varietal wine. Get tips to make your own Barbera wines at home.
When it comes to choosing a fermenter or aging vessel you can go with oak, glass, plastic, or stainless steel. Which one is best for you depends on what you are looking for. To make the decision easier, we break down the pros and cons of each for you.
If you've ever ended up with a wine that tasted like vinegar and reeked of nail polish remover, then you are all too familiar with the damage volatile acidity (VA) can play. Learn the causes and how to prevent VA so you don't have to use your wine as salad dressing.
Wes Hagen gets lots of questions from readers looking for advice in their home vineyards, and once a year we publish the best of them along with his answers.