Award-winning winemakers give their tips for making reds.
The Wiz is in like Zin on a blending question and answers a testing question
From sanitation through fermentation, award-winning amateur winemakers from across North America share the secrets of their success.
WineMaker's Technical Editor took a trip in late 2014 to Bordeaux, France and brought back some winemaking tips.
Looking to get the biggest bang for your winemaking buck? Home winemaking retailers Bob Peak, Desiree Knott and George Cornelius discuss money-saving tips.
Can you make good wine from supermarket grapes? How about that blackberry patch in the backyard? Everything you need to know, including money-saving tips, for finding quality fruit.
Harvet time is just around the corner. Let us help you plan your work . . . so you can work your plan.
The Wiz suggests the "milky spore" bacteria to eradicate Japanese beetles from the vineyard. Plus, adjusting aged wine.
Visiting a winery can be an opportunity to talk to professionals about your home winemaking.
Winemaking techniques have become very sophisticated in the past few decades. But how do you know when to intervene?
Oxidation is consistently the most common wine fault found in wine competitions, especially white wines. With a little oxidation prevention, your wines can be fault-free.
Two professional vintners offer advice on picking the right yeast for your wine.
Get tips on how to best extract and, more importantly, stabilize color in wines made from finicky red hybrid grapes.