How to Make Wine
A new website is promising home wine makers help in finding their way through all of the useless hype and misinformation that winemakers find on the internet. In “plain english” style, www.how-to-make-wine.net is helping both new and experienced home winemakers enjoy great success. For someone who has ever thought about making their own wine at home but just didn’t know exactly what to do, you’ll be thrilled with the “Complete Illustrated Guide to Homemade Wine”.
In an online interview, the creator of the “Complete Illustrated Guide to Homemade Wine” said, “Even if you are brand new to wine making or experienced, you will be surprised at how quickly you’ll be making fine quality wines. My new book and website covers every detail of the winemaking process and I explain everything so anyone can be successful on the first attempt. In fact, I have included a how to make wine video course so you can see everything step by step"
Beginning with the basics of how wine is made and then proceeding right into making “lightning wine” with higher alcohol content, the reader is guided step by step through what makes a good wine and what makes an excellent wine. The book then moves into more advanced techniques like acid balancing and sugar inversion for better and better homemade wine. The website and book answer the most common questions that wine makers have and then moves into more detailed and in-depth parts of the winemaking process.
The U.S. Federal Government and almost all states allow home wine makers to produce up to 200 gallons of homemade wine per year. For more information, please visit www.how-to-make-wine.net
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- Mike Carraway
- Home Winemaker’s Institute
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