The wise one of wine answers your winemaking questions.
Never tried making a non-grape fruit wine? Well, you'll never have a better incentive than this -- 10 tried-and-true country wine recipes virtually guaranteed to result in great wine.
A friend's suggestion geta a Massachusetts man into the hobby.
Maintaining your vineyard can be hard work. Find out how much work, terms of hours of labor per acre, you need to plan for.
How to tell good grapes from bad when buying fresh fruit.
In the 17th Century, an English beef with the French led to the invention of Port. The history is convoluted, but making Port-style wine from kits is as easy as pie.
Do you remember what your parents were drinking while Frampton Comes Alive was playing on your 8-track? Odds are pretty good it was French Columbard. Dusting off a 70's classic.
In the early 1800's, Dr. Daniel Norton discovered a grape variety in his Virginia vineyard that made award-winning wines. Today, historians and home winemakers are redicovering this American original.
When replanting your vineyard with a new varietal, it takes years before your first usable harvest. However, there is a quicker way. Learn how to graft new wood onto old roots with a technique called field grafting.
What you should know about how yeast is raised and packaged and the impact on your wine.
How professional winemakers pick the right yeast and ask the right questions when evaluating different strains for their grape juice.
A rundown of the qualities and character of the strains kit manuacturers single out for their products.