Date: Aug-Sep 2009

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Making Mozzarella: A primer on making cheese at home

Making mozzarella is fast and easy once you get the hang of it. Here is an easy guide to get you going to mastering the art of making your own soft mozzarella. Your caprese salad will never be the same…

Making it Legal, Antique Grape Juice: Wine Wizard

Q I have been making wine at home for the past five years and my friends tell me I am pretty good! They like my wine and I thought about starting to

When do I cross the line from being just a home hobbyist to being a “winemaker?”

There definitely has been an explosion in the number of people making and selling wine in this country! Every year, the number of brands listed with the TTB (Alcohol and Tobacco Tax

2009 WineMaker Magazine Conference

  The second annual WineMaker Magazine Conference took place on May 15 and 16 this year at the Napa Valley Marriott Hotel & Spa in the heart of wine country.  This conference,

The Home Wine Laboratory

It is said that fine winemaking begins in the vineyard, but I’ve found that winemaking is an unending process, starting with the grapes and continuing to evolve once bottled. Wine is a

Antique Grape Juice

I can guarantee the contents of the bottles are completely useless for any winemaking application. It’s almost unheard of for a wine, let alone much more-perishable grape juice, to survive in any

Planning the Right Red: Backyard Vines

“The First Duty of wine is to be Red . . . the second is to be a Burgundy.”Harry Waugh Harry Waugh’s quote (above) could have come from Mother Nature. Even nature

Making Medals: Dry Finish

My first encounter with wine was when my Aunt Mary, took her nieces and nephews to California.  We were in San Francisco and the adults were drinking red dry wine and, at

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