Lessons from three world-class sommeliers who also make award-winning vintages of their own.
Get to know Aligoté, and learn to make your own Aligoté wine at home.
Sediment painting aged wine bottles, and the Wiz's own process to choose yeast strains.
A group of pros in the Connecticut wine industry are collaborating to help each other succeed.
There are many points throughout the winemaking process where a winemaker must make adjustments
in order to influence the final outcome. When the grapes come into the winery, the very first choices you will make as a winemaker will be done in the unfermented must.
In the first installment of our new year-long series of
how a homemade wine is made from homegrown grapes, we check in with the grapes at a most critical time — harvest.
Explore the three most common methods of irrigating a home vineyard, some of the more common myths surrounding watering grapevines, and if you need to even irrigate in the first place.
Three professional winemakers who specialize in Port-style wines share their tips to crafting your own Port-style at home.
Learn the many causes — and fixes — of a stuck or sluggish fermentation so you never have to dump a wine that did not ferment to dryness again.
With the financial significance of the wine industry, a lot of money is invested every year to continue improving the winemaking process. Daniel Pambianchi shares the latest advancements that have recently (or will soon) become beneficial to home winemakers.