Two cousins. One passion. Making wine for family and friends.
Want to know how to turn a good wine into a great one? Learn how making some small adjustments can yield big results.
The Wiz has a clear idea of how to deal with a cloudy elderflower wine and gives the why not for macerating whites.
Alcohol? Acidity? Tannins? Luck? What does it take to make an ageworthy wine? New insights into an age-old winemaking question.
Grapevines arose millions of years ago and humans have been making wine from them for thousands. Follow their journey from then to now in our natural history of the vine.
Kit winemakers have a lot of questions. Fortunately for them, our kit expert has a lot of answers. Get the lowdown on aging, skipping sulfite or yeast additions and what about that “kit taste”?
Often used as a blender, this month’s varietal shines as dessert wine. Meet Sémillon.
Spring is coming, so we asked two pros — Eric Amberg (Grafted Grapevine Nursery) and Matthew Fidelibus (UC-Davis) — about planting grapevines. Find out what you need to know to get your grapes in the ground.
For cold-climate vineyardists, cold tolerant vines are a must. Here we present the hybrid grape varieties developed by Elmer Swenson.
As a wine enthusiast, you’ve tasted wine before . . . but have you tasted wine critically, as a winemaker?
Glass carboys are great for fermenting, except when they break. With this in mind, we present two projects to protect your carboys and make them easier to transport around your home winery.