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Six Basic Steps to Make Wine
All wines are made differently, where the winemaking process is easily adapted to the different grape cultivars that exist. While the process of making wine is one and only, there are many variations that you can apply to better suit the style of wine you wish to brew, and the type of grape varietal that you’ve harvested for your winemaking.What is Tannin, and How Does it Affect My Wine?
How can you tell if your wine has tannin or not? Well, all wines have tannins, but not all of them contain in the same concentrations. Tannins are the pigment that gives wine its color, and more importantly, they grant it its heaviness, warmth and body.Free Wine Recipes to Tempt Your Palate and Make Your Heart Rejoice
Here are a couple of free wine recipes to wow your friends and loved ones with, or even share with just that one special someone on a romantic picnic of bread, fruit, cheese, chocolate and wine. These recipes assume you have an adequate knowledge of wine making. Let’s start off with the first of these free wine recipes, blackberry wine…How to Make Homemade Wine For Free – Getting the Perfect Wine Fruits at No Cost
To learn how to make homemade wine for free, that is to say, how to get the best, most delectably prime wine fruits available at no cost to make your own wine with, all it takes is a little simple thinking and a neighborly demeanor. The explanation is superbly uncomplicated, but in order to fully understand how and why this can be exceedingly beneficial, we need to go over a few facts…How-To – Wine Cellar Construction – 5 Serious Mistakes to Avoid
In this “how-to” on wine cellar construction, I’d like to shed some light on what many find to be quite devastatingly destructive pitfalls in the end results, and indeed, even during the construction of, their wine cellars. To make wine cellar structures, things need not be quite so complicated, but it is in the simplicity of these small few things that cause them to be quite easily overlooked, and the consequences can be quite costly to your home, your wine cellar, your wine, and indeed, even your health and that of others. When you understand how to make wine cellar structures properly, you can avoid all of this. Allow me to explain…What is the Proper Wine Storage Temperature?
If you are considering starting, or already have, a nice wine collection you know the importance of strict temperature and humidity control. This is especially true if you will be storing your wines for an extended period of time. If you don’t maintain the proper conditions for your wine you will likely be very disappointed when you open up that bottle to serve to your guests.Summer Time Fun in This Tight Economy
This summer, you might not be able to have the same kind of fun you have been able to enjoy when the economy was much better. But, you just might not miss those days after all. Here are some great summer ideas for beer enthusiast who are going to want to dress things up a little.The Best Way to Find Great Homebrew Recipes
When you realize that recipes are available for all kind of beer types you can be sure that you will be able to (re)create your favorite type of beer yourself. In this article we will look at ways to find the best recipes for your homebrew.How To – Wine Tasting – The Primary Senses to Use
In this bit of “how-to”, wine tasting information regarding the senses most involved will hopefully be fully understood. You see, it isn’t merely the senses of taste and smell, but it’s also the sense of sight which comes into play, and in fact is the first among these three to be used in analyzing wines. Let’s go over all three, starting with sight. There are two major ways to judge wines for body and clarity by sight, and these are as follows…Beer Myths Busted!
Have you been plagued by uninformed friends and family members who swear that they know beer better than you? Well, it’s time to tackle the top beer myths and demolish them once and for all. Myth number one: Only men homebrew – women don’t drink or make beer.