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Grapevines can be propagated at home simply by taking a few cuttings and rooting them.
The Wizard points to heightened sulfur dioxide levels as the reason a home winemaker’s malolactic fermentation never took off.
Black Spanish is making a name for itself in Texas and other southern states for its dark pigmented wines and resistance to Pierce’s Disease.
Making pirate-themed wines for a pirate-themed wedding.
The results of the 2017 WineMaker International Amateur Wine Competition are in!
Winery profile of Grafton Winery, in Illinois, which uses juice concentrates for many of its award-winning wines.
There are lots of reasons to try blending white wines, such as adding complexity, correcting a deficiency, or simply making something fun and new. Find out more about which white grapes work well together, and how to plan the perfect blend.
Sourcing fresh grapes directly from a grower can be a fun and rewarding experience for home winemakers. Get some tips for making the most of buying grapes straight from the vineyard.
In the fifth installment of our year-long series about how homemade wine is made using home-grown grapes in Upstate New York, the wines are put through malolactic fermentation and cold stabilized.
Stone fruit — those fruits that have pits — make for tasty wines. Get tips from processing to fermenting from two pros who do it right.
When treated similarly to traditional white wine production, red grapes can make very unique pale and straw colored wines. Get tips to make your own blanc de noir at home.
In part two of Wes Hagen’s three-part series on establishing a vineyard at home, he details techniques for planting vines and first-year care, as well as what the goals should be, what to look for, and when to intervene.