Wine Making

 

Great Wine Making Links


For More Information, Start with These Sources:

"Enjoy Home Winemaking" by Robert and Eileen Frishman is a great guide for beginners, and packs a lot of information (just about everything, really) into a pretty small and simple package.

"Winemaking as a hobby" by Donald L. Ace and James H. Eakin, Jr was produced by The Pennsylvania State University College of Agriculture and is a bit more detailed and academic.

"Winemaker's Handbook" by Raymod Massaccessi has sections about equipment and of course lots of recipes.

"Home wine Making for Dummies" is the familiar series' entry on the home wine making subject.

Web-sites that are helpful include: The winemaking homepage http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/

The home winery  http://homewinery.info/  provides some great info on making wine at home. Check out their reviews of home wine making kits if that's the direction you're thinking of going in.

Wine and Wine Making http://www.cheresources.com/winezz.shtml

And we couldn't resist including the WinePod because, well, we want to let you know what to get us for our birthday. The WinePod is a new futuristic all-in-one computerized home-wine making unit which monitors your wine and connects wirelessly to your home computer, so sleekly designed it looks like a a piece of modern Bauhaus furniture. Networking computers put you in touch with expert wine-makers if things go wrong. Hint: they'll retail for about $6000 when they come onto the market in  spring 2006 so start saving your pennies. http://www.mozaicwine.com/default.aspx?cid=1

Email Icon Print Icon Print This| Newsletter Icon Free Newsletter| Add to Del.icio.us