DetailsMidwest highly recommends this book! Newly-revised and expanded, this book has gotten much thicker since the last edition. It may be time to pass the older version onto a friend and pick up this expanded copy. An easy-to-use, clearly-illustrated book that caters to novices and advanced winemakers alike. It allows home winemakers to make informed decisions on how to make the best wines from concentrates, juices, or grapes using equipment according to their needs and means. The chapters are laid out in a logical sequence, from crushing to bottling, in the same order as the handy flowcharts that are provided in the early pages of the book. Expanded sections describe the instruments and procedures for monitoring and controlling acid, pH and sulfite levels, introduces new recently-available winemaking equipment, provides step-by-step instructions for making world-class sparkling wines, discusses winemaking problems, and includes numerous pictures and diagrams. 509 Pages.
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Author Daniel Pambianchi
4.5 / 5.012 ReviewsIt didnt give enough information for my husband to start making wine again.January 22, 2018Purchased
10 months agoGreat BookVery thorough and explains all there is to know about wine making and equipment in easy to understand non-ambiguous termsDecember 15, 2017Very informativeGreat book that dives into all areas of wine making. Just began to explore all the techniques offered in the book. I can't wait to apply some of the suggestions to my own wine making. This will be my go to book from when I start crushing the grapes in the fall to enjoying a glass of the finished product. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in wine making.February 4, 2016If you want to increase your wine making skills, this is the bookThe book has many photos and drawings, plus charts and tables, and everything is explained well. If you've ever made wine with any defects or had problems, odds are the book can help you out.January 29, 2014Very advancedIt has all kinds of information about acid adjustments, types of acids, tannins, sulfites, etc. Its a good book, and as I have gotten more into wine making I am understanding this chapters better. For an experience wine maker.December 7, 2013Advanced wine makingMessing around with acid and Tannins can easily ruin your wine, or turn a dull wine into a winner. This is a break through book that really helped me get my head around what my wine was missing. One of the best wine making books ever written.October 23, 2013a book all wine makers should readThis moves beyond easy to learn basics and teaches you advanced techniques you wouldn't master on your own. How to add acids and SO2 testing, how to make a wine that you like as opposed to others. If you have problems with your wine like off flavors, the book will help pin point the problem. This is a book everyone should read eventually.September 4, 2013Solid advanced wine making bookSome good advice on identifying and correcting problems with your wine. Solid organization, good chapter an adding Sufites, good charts and discussion of equipment and fermentation. A good book for experienced wine makers.July 9, 2013Some good information, some bad informationOverall it's a good book, clear and well presented. It's well written, with good tables and graphs. There are a few out dated ideas that have been passed down that should be removed from the next revision.April 30, 2013Just the right amount of technical detailA well written book that contains numerous photos, illustrations, charts, tables and graphs. It's got good chapters on equipment, fermentation, troubleshooting,_x000D__x000D_I think some of the temperatures are a bit off.February 12, 2013
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