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Winemaking with Concentrates

Author : Peter Duncan
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Modern Winemaking

Author : Philip Jackisch
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Here is a practical, comprehensive guide to winemaking, wines, and wine appreciation, written by an expert uniquely qualified by many years of experience in the field. Looking at winemaking as a craft as well as an art, Philip Jackisch augments a wealth of information and theory with many detailed examples. "It is now possible for anyone with access to grapes or other ingredients of decent quality to make consistently palatable or even excellent wines," he writes. In clear language aimed at the amateur winemaker, Jackisch explains the science behind wine and its application to winemaking. At the same time, he includes important material for commercial winemakers. Jackisch covers each step in the process of winemaking, from growing or purchasing grapes; choosing equipment; fermenting, aging, and storing the wine; to keeping records. By exploring in detail the various factors that affect wine quality, he shows which elements in wine production can be controlled to achieve certain sensory results. Among the other subjects he discusses arc specific types of wine, ways of evaluating wine, common problems in cellar operations and how to prevent or correct them, and wine competitions. Five appendixes supply additional technical information. Since 1985, Modem Winemaking has proven invaluable for winemakers, both commercial and amateur, for wine educators and students, and indeed, for anyone who wants to know more about wine.

Winemaking Made Easy Create the Perfect House Wine

Author : James Newton
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Learning how to make homemade wine can become a fascinating and enjoyable hobby. In this book there are details on how to make wine, important information on fermentation and the equipment to use to produce great fruit wines. There are also a variety of recipes to produce country wine with the aid of grape concentrate to boost the quality of you efforts and reduce the disappointment of failure.

Kit Winemaking

Author : Daniel Pambianchi
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Kit Winemaking provides beginners with day-by-day instructions on making superlative kit wines, often undistinguishable from homemade ones crafted from grapes, or even commercial wines.The trend is clear—there is an increasing number of new wine hobbyists with one out of five just starting out in home winemaking and two-thirds using kits/concentrate. With the vast improvement in kit quality—and hence, wine quality—and with a plethora of wine kits and styles now available, home winemaking has become a very serious hobby.This guide describes the most common problems, how to resolve them, and how to avoid them in the first place. All this is supplemented with a handy glossary to the entire winemaking lingo to turn any novice into an expert.

Winemaking Basics

Author : C S Ough
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Here is an informative guide for the winemaker and connoisseur seeking a better and more basic understanding of what the science associated with winemaking is about! Written by one of the country's leading enologists, Winemaking Basics explains in easily understandable language the fundamental processes of making table wines. The author discusses the conditions, equipment, and basic materials used to make table wine. Handy as a step-by-step guide or a general reference, this practical book explores the crucial aspects of : an introduction to growing and harvesting grapes processing grapes fermentation and wine composition clarification and fining of wines stabilization aging, bottling, and storage additives and contaminants required methods of analysis sensory evaluation setting up and maintaining home winery facilities and equipment Winemaking Basics offers various options on making table wines. It also gives the winemaker some insight into why certain treatments have desired--or undesired--effects. Winemakers will learn techniques to change the style of their wine, avoid pitfalls, and correct or prevent expensive and frustrating problems. The bibliography covers most of the current texts that should be of interest to the winemaker. Although not heavily referenced, this informative guide mentions a few key books and articles for the reader who wishes to pursue the science aspects more deeply.

New Brew It Yourself

Author : Leigh Beadle
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Most brands of American beer taste pretty much the same. Imported beer, while offering more variety, tends to be too expensive for the average consumer. As a result, Americans have turned in greater and greater numbers to home brewing. Leigh Beadle's Brew It Yourself has, since it first appeared in 1971, become the home brewer's bible. The book clearly and simply outlines how, at minimalcosts, anyone can make a wide variety of of superior beer-better than any store-bought product. Brew It Yourself was an instant best-seller. In this revised edition, Leigh Beadle brings the reader up to date on the many improvements in equipment and ingredients now available to the home brewer. For all those who derive satisfaction from making good products in their own home, for cost-conscious consumers who suspect that much of what they buy does not live up to the manufacturer's promises, for beer lovers everywher, The New Brew It Yourself will be an invaluable, welcome guide.

The Encyclopedia of Home Winemaking

Author : André Vanasse
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Clear and well-ordered explanations in The Encyclopedia of Home Winemaking make it easy reading for the home winemaker and an essential reference guide that will be used for years.

Home Winemaking

Author : Jack Keller
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Learn to make wine at home with this introduction to winemaking by the legendary Jack Keller, complete with 65 diverse recipes.

Home Winemaking Technique and Recipes

Author : Rodney Boothroyd
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The Home Winemaker s Companion

Author : Ed Halloran
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Raise a glass of homemade burgundy and enjoy the fruits of your labor. This informative guide provides an overview of the entire home winemaking process, from the vine (or the boxed kit) to your glass. With more than 100 recipes for a wide range of delicious wines, ports, and champagnes, you’re sure to find a wine to suit your taste. Clear diagrams for setting up your equipment and fail-safe instructions ensure that your home winemaking will be a success.

Winemaking as a Hobby

Author : Donald L. Ace
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The Home Winemaker s Handbook

Author : Philip Ward
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Here is a succinct and authoritative guide to making wine at home. The book covers setting up the home winery, equipment and tools, types of wines, grapes and juice concentrates, pressing, fermentation, filtering and fining, aging, bottling, and storage. There are a host of basic winemaking recipes included, as well as an extensive listing of supply sources.

Guidelines to Practical Winemaking for the Modern Hobby Winemaker

Author : Julius H. Fessler
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The Winemaker s Answer Book

Author : Alison Crowe
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Whether you’re curious about procuring basic equipment or struggling to grasp the finer points of fermentation, Alison Crowe has expert answers to all of your winemaking questions. With straightforward advice on everything from the best way to press fruit to how long you should cellar your wine, Crowe has you covered throughout the entire winemaking process. Packed with encouragement and proven solutions, The Winemaker’s Answer Book will have even the most bewildered winemaker confidently bottling up batch after batch of delectable homemade wine.

The Boots Book of Home Wine Making and Brewing

Author : Bernard C. A. Turner
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Boots Beginner s Book of Home Winemaking

Author : Bernard Charles Arthur Turner
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Techniques in Home Winemaking

Author : Daniel Pambianchi
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For the first time in one book, Techniques in Home Wine Making provides detailed instructions for producing premium-quality home-made wines - wines that will impress even the most astute connoisseurs. Daniel Pambianchi demystifies the principles of winemaking, for both beginner and advanced home winemakers, with thorough, step-by-step descriptions and realistic advice. By using practical techniques, processes, and equipment adapted from traditional and modern commercial winemaking, excellent age-worthy wines can be made at home. Easy-to-follow instructions are also provided for making impressive sparkling wine (including using the traditional méthod champenoise process), vintage-style port wine, and the now world-famous ice wine. In this new edition of Techniques in Home Winemaking, author Daniel Pambianchi has completely updated all aspects of his indispensable book and has added an additional 30 pages. Expanded sections describe the instruments and procedures for monitoring and controlling acid, pH and sulphite levels; introduces newly-available winemaking equipment; provides step-by-step instructions for making world-class sparkling wines; discusses winemaking problems; and includes numerous new pictures and diagrams. "There's in-depth detail here that I have previously seen only in professional texts: the inside scoop on alcoholic fermentation; on fining and filtration; on the malolactic fermentation; on the care and maintenance of oak barrels; on avoiding and treating winemaking problems; and on the making of sparkling port and ice wines. I just wish Daniel Pambianchi's book was available when I was just starting out as a winemaker ... it could have saved me a lot of trial and error along the way! --Thomas Bachelder Thomas Bachelder is currently a winemaker at Lemelson Winery in Oregon, and he has made wine for several different Domaines in Burgundy, France. He is the author of five books on wine, and is a regular columnist for Wine Tidings Magazine.

Principles and Practices of Winemaking

Author : Roger B. Boulton
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This essential text and reference offers a complete guide to winemaking. The authors, all well-known experts in their field, concentrate on the process of wine production, stressing the chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology and underlying science of enology. They present in-depth discussion of every aspect of the wine production process, from the selection of grapes and preparation of the must and the juice, through aging, bottling and storage of finished wines. Novices and experienced winemakers alike will find this clearly written and expertly crafted book an indispensable source of practical instruction and information.

Home Winemaking Step by step

Author : Jon Iverson
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Written expressly for beginning and advanced amateurs, this guide explores home winemaking in practical terms, focusing on the latest fermentation techniques of both red and white wine grapes. Detailed information on equipment, supplies, and mistakes to avoid will make getting started easy. Advanced winemakers will appreciate full explanations of sophisticated topics such as malolactic fermentation, extended maceration sparkling wines, and chemical testing. Also included in the new edition is information on the use of oak barrels. Unlike other winemaking manuals, this is devoted entirely to wine made with grapes instead of fruit wines.

Grapes Into Wine

Author : Philip Marshall Wagner
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Basic technical infomation from the choice of the right vines to the vintage.