Never tried making a non-grape fruit wine? Well, you'll never have a better incentive than this -- 10 tried-and-true country wine recipes virtually guaranteed to result in great wine.
Know your fruit, and how to work with it, and you can make your non-grape wines shine.
Making wine from tropical fruits, with a little know-how, is as easy as making wine from traditional fruits and berries.
The Wiz pontificates on a potential pectin problem and has fun with Filipino fruit.
Making adjustments to the level of acid in your country wines.
What’s the best yeast to use in your fruit wines? We ask a commercial vintner and a fruit-wine author.
Sometimes known as the “Englishman’s grape,” Elderberries can make a delicious fruit wine that either stands alone or brings complexity to a grape blend.
The Wiz helps a reader who is seeing "brains" in her carboy, and discusses sweetening wines after malolactic fermentation.
Love making fruit wines? Get the freshest fruit by growing your own fruit trees!
The Wiz responds immediately to a question regarding a delayed malolactic fermentation. Plus, the origins of an orange color in a strawberry wine.
A reader seeks advice from The Wiz on making lime wine, and another has a problem with a rosé re-fermenting.