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Friday, May 29, 2009
7012 Views :: Wine Making
The key to understanding how to make homemade wine that will age well is that all wine, regardless of whether you made it at home or bought it from a vintner or store, will eventually spoil if left unconsumed. This means you have to make or buy wine that will last only a specific period of time so that it ages gracefully before you opt to consume it.

Friday, May 29, 2009
4066 Views :: Wine Making
Many different wines can be made from apples, either by themselves or in combination with other fruits. No one variety is known to be outstanding on its own but cooking varieties make better wine than dessert varieties.

Friday, May 29, 2009
2609 Views :: Wine Making
If you want to learn how to make homemade wine, there is no reason for not doing it. You don't need a license, a cellar, and the utensils you need are probably in your home to begin with. It doesn't take a lot of work either to learn How to Make Homemade Wine.

Sunday, April 5, 2009
2067 Views :: Wine Making, Winery
Cindy Sterner doesn't have a basement anymore. She has a winery.

From the ceiling-high racks of wine bottles and a bar on one side of the basement, to the small stove and five-gallon glass carboys full of translucent wines on the other, the little space has all the necessities of a small business.

And after two years of work and countless hours of preparation, the Hanover area's High Rock Winery finally had its opening day.

"We're opening with 34 varieties," Sterner said. "And I think we should have something for everybody."


Thursday, November 13, 2008
What's a wine buff who cannot make their own wine? Wine making may be an art to many but for most of us it isn't that difficult to produce a half reasonable bottle from our own efforts. First understand what steps are involved in making wines at home, and then you will definitely be able to make it for yourself. You will need either grapes or thei...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1126 Views :: Wine Making
The fermentation process involved in wine making is the chemical reaction that occurs when turning grape juice into an alcoholic beverage. Much consideration should be taken when considering the exact speed and extent of the fermentation process prior to beginning, in order to protect the integrality of the final product. A seasoned winemaker ...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Proper home winemaking is achieved by making wine from grapes, and not from buying ready-made kits from the wine supplies shop, and then adding water! Yes, this is much easier to do, but there's absolutely no skill in it at all - so let's make real wine! Making wine at home can be very successful and rewarding providing you adhere to some bas...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
983 Views :: Wine Making
For some people, it's always nice to settle in with a bottle of wine - shared with friends, or simply with someone you love, in the comfort of home. When you decide to have a bottle of wine, it is found more fun by people all over if the wine is made by their own hand. Those who do decide to make their own wines may get frustrated with the ide...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
1297 Views :: Wine Making, Gifts
If you love to pop open a good bottle of wine with a loved one, or to share in the company of good friends, then you may love the idea of being able to impress them by making that wine yourself.  Imagine the pleasant surprise on their faces when they discover that the tremendous wine they just sampled is your own creation.  In order ...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
There are several different pieces of wine making equipment to be used in order to achieve a great batch of wine. I will name the pieces of equipment and what each item is used for. 1)    You will need a primary fermenter—this item is used to begin your winemaking. It will be your first container used and it should have a solid...

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