Don't let the next Polar Vortex ruin your grape growing. Learn how to bring your vines back from extreme cold.
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And attempt to make his fiancée feel like Lucille Ball turns into an annual grape stomping party.
The Wiz suggests the "milky spore" bacteria to eradicate Japanese beetles from the vineyard. Plus, adjusting aged wine.
Ask five winemakers and you may get six opinions about co-innoculation. BUt what does the science say?
As a winemaker, it's important to maintain ideal conditions in both your cellar and your wine.
Petite Sirah is a historical grape in California and its popularity is being revitalized.
Stuck fermentations happen, but using the advice of these two pros you can learn to avoid them in the future.
Oxidation is consistently the most common wine fault found in wine competitions, especially white wines. With a little oxidation prevention, your wines can be fault-free.
WineMaker's Technical Editor took a trip in late 2014 to Bordeaux, France and brought back some winemaking tips.
It's not uncommon to find yourself working with fruit that doesn't have enough natural sugar. Learn about adding sugar to must for boosting potential alcohol and stability.