Processes and Stages



The 10 Best Wine Shows, Films & Documentaries The 10 Best Wine Shows, Films & Documentaries The 10 Best Wine Shows, Films & Documentaries The 10 Best Wine Shows, Films & Documentaries


'Somm' documents the journey of four rising sommeliers as they prepare for the daunting Master Sommelier exam to become part of the Court...

10 Wine Bottle Sizes You Didn't Know Existed 10 Wine Bottle Sizes You Didn't Know Existed 10 Wine Bottle Sizes You Didn't Know Existed 10 Wine Bottle Sizes You Didn't Know Existed


Wine bottles come in all kinds of different sizes, like the magnum, double magnum, jeroboam, Nebuchadnezzar and the standard 750 ml bottle...

Soil Types and the Wine Grapes That Grow Best in Them Soil Types and the Wine Grapes That Grow Best in Them Soil Types and the Wine Grapes That Grow Best in Them Soil Types and the Wine Grapes That Grow Best in Them


Soil is the most misunderstood component of viticulture and is one of the main factors, along with climate, that determines the quality of...

Basic Tools For Making Wine at Home Basic Tools For Making Wine at Home Basic Tools For Making Wine at Home Basic Tools For Making Wine at Home


Setting up an area with enough space and having a rough outline in the steps you will need to take throughout fermentation and later...

Winemaking 101: How Basic Wine is Made Winemaking 101: How Basic Wine is Made Winemaking 101: How Basic Wine is Made Winemaking 101: How Basic Wine is Made


Exactly how is wine made? Modern wine making is both an art and a science. Once the grapes are crushed and pressed, the free run juice or...

How and Why Oak is Used in Wine Making How and Why Oak is Used in Wine Making How and Why Oak is Used in Wine Making How and Why Oak is Used in Wine Making


Oak is also coveted for its ability to retain liquids inside due to its tight grain yet possesses the ability to allow contents to breathe....

What Is a Rose Wine? What Is a Rose Wine? What Is a Rose Wine? What Is a Rose Wine?


What is Rosé Wine? A hybrid between white and red wine. Rosé is of French origin and can be dry or very sweet. The acidity of a rosé has...

A Review of Wine Presses A Review of Wine Presses A Review of Wine Presses A Review of Wine Presses


Wine presses have evolved over the centuries and the process has provided winemakers with the mechanics possible to create great wine....