The wise one answers your winemaking questions.
Of felines and fermentations.
A guide for when spring has sprung through summer fun: budbreak through veraison.
It's mad scientist meets winemaker when we tell you how to simplify making your own sparkling wine using dialysis tubing.
What makes a Cabernet Sauvignon wine kit made with grapes from one country different from another country? Here's how to begin to understand and appreciate the distinct characteristics of regional winemaking styles using the same grape varieties.
It's been called the love apple, wolf peach and Moor's apple. Now we're calling it a wine ingredient.....and it's probably growing in your garden. Say hello to the tomato.
Dandelions cropping up in your yard? Don't grab the pesicide, get your carboy. Professional winemakers offer advice on making this classic country wine.
A California club and two Pennsylvannia winemakers. Plus: a reader recipe for pears in port sauce.
Evaporation and microoxygenation, the power of yeast and a trick question?
Saddle up and learn how to break this rough and ready fencerow grape from the southern U.S.
Did your mom tell you to eat your vegetables? Tell her you're drinking them instead! Follow us from the garden to the glass in our guide to making root wine from carrots, celery, parsnips and more.
Grapes may not be in season yet, but somewhere on the planet, raspberries are. Here is all the razzle dazzle about making raspberry wine.
The flavor and aroma of Muscat is beguiling on its own or blended with other wines.