Techniques in Home Winemaking
The Comprehensive Guide to Making Château-style WinesBook - 2008
From crushing grapes to bottling wine, this essential handbook enables the home winemaker to make informed decisions about ingredients, equipment, and the winemaking process. Precise step-by-step instructions lead both novice and advanced winemakers through all of the important procedures, including selecting and working with new equipment, determining the best material for specific styles, analyzing the product, monitoring acidity levels, and common troubleshooting problems. Using accessible charts and tables to offer detailed instructions for making Pinot noir, port, and sparkling wines, this newly updated edition also covers often overlooked topics, such as ice wines and blending varieties.
Publisher: Montréal : Véhicule Press, c2008
Edition: Newly-rev. and expanded ed
Branch Call Number: 663.2 P19t
Characteristics: 511 p. : ill.
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