Love making fruit wines? Get the freshest fruit by growing your own fruit trees!
A good cleaning and sanitation routine can make all of the difference in how your wine turns out.
Tips on adding bubbles to a still wine, whether to re-rack bottles with sediment, and high-acid grapes.
Winemaker Raymond Meyer first made his name as the first person to win the "big three" of amateur winemaking competitions.
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Once upon a time Joel Peterson was a hobby winemaker with dreams of going pro. Today, Ravenswood is one of the most recognizable labels in the world. Find out how he did it, as well as his winemaking philosophy and techniques.
If you’ve done everything right in the winery and your wine tastes great going into the bottle, you might scratch your head when you open that first bottle to find your wine muted and disjointed. Fear not — your wine is likely experiencing bottle shock.
In January, Wes Hagen joined Los Angeles archivist Michael Holland to prune the historic 200-year-old Avila Adobe vine and explore the history of the city’s winemaking. The vine is located inside the courtyard of the oldest building in Los Angeles.
Stay on top of your home vineyard by detecting the potential diseases your vines may be susceptible to and developing a plan to combat them. Two pros offer advice on how they spray for diseases in their respective geographic areas.
Symphony is a white grape bred from Muscat of Alexandria and Grenache Gris by Dr. Harold Olmo. Grown in California, Symphony grapes are found in many wine kits.
To keep insects from killing your grapevines, you need to be prepared to make them uncomfortable. Start by making an integrated pest management plan.