A “hip” winemaker helps his family get into home winemaking.
”I make wine because . . .” Our readers respond on Facebook.
Your guide to every WineMaker article published from the Premier issue in 1998 to the Winter 2001 issue.
A complete list of stories from February 2009 through January 2010.
Want your wine to turn out perfectly every time? Our expert reveals seven things you need to know. Plus: the magic ingredient for kit wines.
A hobbyist gets his basement bonded and goes professional.
Award-winning wines from a ranch in Ramona, California.
How to get a vineyard education. Plus: The 5 most important books on viticulture.
Oxidation is bad, right? Well, not always. The scoop on macroaeration and microoxidation.
The Wiz plays devil’s advocate on a question about the angel’s share, a moldy basket press.
Tips from award-winning country winemakers on making fantastic fruit wines.
The backyard beginnings of a commercial vineyard.
In addition to his latest "Backyard Vines" question and answer column in the December 2008-January 2009 issue of WineMaker, Wes Hagen tackles two bonus questions about black rot and dying vines.
How to properly maintain barrels at home. Keeping your cask clean and ready.