Summertime is the season for fresh melons. Why not try capturing those fresh fruits in a batch of wine?
The Wine Wiz discusses how to determine what grape might grow where. Also, what to do about a white film?
Backyard grape growers need an arsenal of tools. Explore options to choose the right equipment for your vineyard’s needs.
A Los Angeles-area condo owner on the 17th floor converted a closet into a “wine grotto.”
Enter your unique wine label in WineMaker's 16th Annual Label Contest. The deadline is September 25.
You’ve heard over and over the importance of taking notes during winemaking. But what do you do with those findings? Follow along with the process of UC-Davis’ 2014 Zinfandel vintage to find out.
In small, hobby vineyards, sometimes a backpack sprayer is too small. But often larger commercial sprayers are too big. One backyard grape grower designed and built “the Grape Blaster” — a tractor-pulled sprayer that works just right for his 1,000-vine (2-acre) home vineyard.
Hard cider isn’t the only way to ferment fresh apple juice. Three professional apple winemakers share their advice.
If you are looking for a cold-tolerant red grape, Marquette might be the varietal for you. Bred in Minnesota, this hybrid can withstand temper- atures as low as -30 °F (-34 °C).
Find out how to properly store all of your wine- making additives to ensure reliable results next time you make wine.
If you want to make good homemade wine, you should learn to manage your wines’ YAN — yeast assimilable nitrogen.
Winemaking can be more fun and rewarding when you get a group of like-minded people together. Learn more about starting and maintaining a home winemaking club.