Can you see a malolactic fermentation? Can you lower pH? The Wiz weighs in.
Water, water everywhere — can we use it for our kit wines? Learn the chemistry that solves this Coleridgian conundrum.
New World wine growers have changed the rules of the winemaking world — but are these changes for the better?
They say that diamonds are a girl’s best friend. Diamond — the grape variety bred from Concord and Iona — can be your friend if you like semi-sweet, aromatic wines.
Three winemakers discuss some of their not-so-favorite mistakes and how the experiences changed their winemaking for the better.
The North Texas Winemakers Guild, a way to monitor wine temps and a barrel maker branches out into winemaking. Plus: our Beginner’s Block will help you put a cork in it (or a screw top)
To make cider or wine from apples or pears, you need a press to extract the juice from the pomace. Find out how to build one to suit your needs.
Have you found a style of wine you enjoy and want to replicate it, year after year, in your home winery? Find out how making a spider plot graph can help.
Proper pruning, following harvest, will keep vine growth manageable and increase their fruitfulness. Learn the correct way to prune in our article.
Hard to grow. Hard to vinify. Hard to pronounce. Viognier is all these things. However, if you shoot for a wine that walks the right line between power and finesse, the result is very easy to drink.