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How do I make my own wine?

Making wine is a bit more complex than crushing a few grapes with your feet. Take a look at these sites for instructions for this difficult yet rewarding process.

  • Wine Maker Magazine: Your First Wine
    This extensive guide lets you in on the necessary equipment, tips for before and after, and recipes for Dry Red Table Wine and Dry White Table Wine. The site also offers steps on how to make wine from a kit. The Wine Wizard section includes FAQs, learn how to use a sulfite calculator, and download a personal log chart and blending sheet.

  • Viticulture & Enology at University of California at Davis: Home Winemaking
    Download PDF chapters of the publication Making Table Wine at Home. The file comes in eight chapters and a glossary. The content may be a little over the amateur winemaker's head (it is a scholarly publication), but its glossary section offers tons of leads to further information.

  • Home Wine Making
    This introductory winemaking site from the UK provides straightforward and easy-to-follow information. The site gives simple steps (with pictures), a list and explanation of basic equipment needed, different kits available, popular books, an Advice section, how to serve wine, glossary and message board.

  • GrapeStompers: How to Make Your Own Wine Labels
    Every classy bottle of wine includes a wine label. Make your original homemade wine more professional and memorable with these tips. The site includes a list of items needed, different types of labels, information on special software, and how to avoid drips and runs.


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