There are several trellis configurations and training systems available to a backyard grape grower. Which is best for you?
The Wiz helps a reader who is seeing "brains" in her carboy, and discusses sweetening wines after malolactic fermentation.
Just because your wine kit comes with a certain yeast, that doesn't mean you can't experiment with other options.
John Bowen incorporated pieces of Atlanta wine history in his wine cellar.
Enter your unique wine label in WineMaker's 15th Annual Label Contest. The deadline is September 26.
If you find yourself making multiple 5- to 6-gallon (19- to 23-L) batches of wine it could be time to scale up your home winery to accommodate 10 gallons (38 L) or much more.
Making 1-gallon (3.8-L) batches of wine or smaller allows you to experiment with your winemaking decisions.
Getting and keeping attractive aromatics is a major winemaking goal. Learn how to cultivate and retain wine aromas in both your whites and reds.
Two winemakers discuss growing and making wine from organic grapes.
Marechal Foch is a cold-climate red grape that has dispersed plantings in the Midwest, Northeast, and Canada.
Six easy steps to make magnificent grape and fruit wine blends.
Learn to detect problems in your home vineyard before it's too late.
Are "natural wines" safer than other wines? Do sulfites cause headaches? Ten popular winemaking myths, debunked.