Four seasoned kit winemakers share their secrets to making medal-worthy wines from kits.
From burnt matches to chemicals, to rotten eggs and dead trout; we've got you covered if your wine kit stinks.
Whether your kit wine is hazy, cloudy, or lumpy, we have a fix for it!
Just because your wine kit comes with a certain yeast, that doesn't mean you can't experiment with other options.
You should never drink a wine before its time . . . but sometimes that time is now.
Want to make a Rhône-style wine, but don’t own a vineyard in France? Explore these wines with the help of a kit.
The Wizard gives an active answer to two questions on inert gasses. Plus: Can I freeze kit wine juice?
Most kit wines are designed to make still (uncarbonated) wine — but that doesn’t mean that you can’t make them sparkle. Turn the contents of your kit box into bubbly.
Find out why keeping your kit wine fermentation warm is important.
Kits are designed to be almost foolproof, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to influence your results. Learn the top ten ways to improve your kitmaking experience. (We like number two.)
A traditional Amarone may be difficult to replicate at home without the appropriate Italian grapes, but thanks to kit manufacturers, we can all have a taste. Salute!
A rundown of the top 100 scoring kit entries from our annual competition that have shown the potential in a blind judging format to make excellent wines. Organized both by numerical order and wine style categories for easy reference.
In the 17th Century, an English beef with the French led to the invention of Port. The history is convoluted, but making Port-style wine from kits is as easy as pie.