A homebrewer makes the transition to a home winemaker, and his first Zinfandel becomes the Zinfromhell.
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The difference between an average wine and an awesome wine might be applying the right technique.
Kits are designed to be almost foolproof, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to influence your results. Learn the top ten ways to improve your kitmaking experience. (We like number two.)
Like its namesake flower, Edelweiss is both delicate and hardy. This cold-tolerant hybrid can produce a Riesling-like wine — which you may need to get that song out of your head.
Joanne Dunham (Dunham Cellars), Bob Shore (Arroyo Robles) and Joey Tensley (Tensley Wines) talk about the past ten years.
The New Mexico Vine and Wine Society, a bottle sanitizer that’s a blast to build (and use) and the Green Shutter Winery. Plus: A beginner’s guide to yeast nutrients.
Cool stuff to put on your winemaking wish list.
Go beyond generic red and white winemaking with specific advice for making these popular varietals.
Know your fruit, and how to work with it, and you can make your non-grape wines shine.
Professional winemakers weigh in on the top keys to maximizing your wine’s potential.