Go beyond generic red and white winemaking with specific advice for making these popular varietals.
Find 'em or freeze 'em -- tips on making icewine from grapes, no matter whether you live in chilly Canada or sunny California.
From a grim fate in Bordeaux to a great future in Argentina, Malbec has been around the winemaking block.
Tips, techniques and a recipe for this cold-tolerant hybrid.
A soft and easy-to-consume wine, Merlot is one of today's hottest varietals. The owner and winemaker at Yakima Winery shares his secrets.
In Champagne, the French make bubbly using the "méthode Champenoise." In your home, use this method to make your own sparkling wine.
Muscadine is a grape variety from the South used in many culinary recipes, but it also makes a fine wine.
In the early 1800's, Dr. Daniel Norton discovered a grape variety in his Virginia vineyard that made award-winning wines. Today, historians and home winemakers are redicovering this American original.
The Wiz explains how to put the punch in your Port wine, and more.
Petit Manseng got acclaim in southwestern France, but it’s also becoming more popular in the New World.
Petite Sirah is a historical grape in California and its popularity is being revitalized.
Pinotage is the most recognized — though not the most widely grown — South African red wine grape.
Want to make a Rhône-style wine, but don’t own a vineyard in France? Explore these wines with the help of a kit.