The Joy of Home Wine Making

The Joy of Home Wine Making is a Book I m counting this as finished and marking it as read but I will admit up front that I haven t tasted any of the recipes yet I have decided that I want to tr

The Joy of Home Wine Making is a Book I'm counting this as "finished" and marking it as read, but I will admit up front that I haven't tasted any of the recipes (yet). I have decided that I want to try making wine from fruit and checked several books out of my public library. I liked this one the best and am planning on buying it. I've read through it, and even started one of the recipes in the book. But, it will be another year before I really get to taste the results. :) The four stars are partially anticipation.One of the things that I liked about this book is the author's voice. She has quite a personality and sense of humor and was not afraid to let that come across. Since I have a similar sense of humor (Sci-fi/geek), this was fun for me and helped in actually reading through all the information without really being able to do anything. However, if this is not your sense of humor, this would be really annoying. Also, this was written in the 90's. While I don't imagine that there have been huge technological leaps forward in home wine making, I do expect that I will find that there have been some changes in standard practice and available equipment. . Port and sherries, whites, reds, roses and melomels make your own wine without owning a vineyard If you can follow a simple recipe, you can create delectable table wines in your own home It s fun, it s easy and the results will delightfully complement your favorite meals and provide unparalleled pleasure by the glass when friends come calling You don t have tore create BPort and sherries, whites, reds, roses and melomels make your own wine without owning a vineyard If you can follow a simple recipe, you can create delectable table wines in your own home It s fun, it s easy and the results will delightfully complement your favorite meals and provide unparalleled pleasure by the glass when friends come calling You don t have tore create Bordeaux in your basement to be a successful home vintner you can make raisin wine and drink it like sherry, or use it to accent your Chinese cooking Raspberry or apricot wine lend themselves to delicious desserts And if you are interested in exotic concoctions, rhubarb champagne is the ultimate treat.The Joy of Home Winemaking is your comprehensive guide to the most up to date techniques and equipmentreadily available and affordable ingredients and materialsaging, bottling, racking, blending, and experimentingdozens of original recipes for great tasting fruit wines,spice wines, herb wines, sparkling wines, sherries, liqueurseven homemade soda pop a sparkling brief history of winemakinghelpful illustrations and glossaryan extensive mail order resource sectionWhether you prefer your wine dry of slightly sweet, The Joy of Home Winemaking has all the information you need to go from casual connoisseur to expert home vintner in no time.. Good Book The Joy of Home Wine Making This is a really excellent, easy to read, inviting book on getting started with home wine making. The author comes off as friendly and encouraging and is often quite funny - this is not some dry, technical instructional book. This gives a good, basic foundation of the subject, with lots of suggestions for how to further your interests once you are ready to move on to something more challenging. Lots of recipes, some of which are currently in the works (and untested as yet). Maybe after a few more batches of wine, or in a year or two, I'll get another winemaking book for comparison or further instruction, but for now I feel sufficiently equipped to get started!

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  1. I m counting this as finished and marking it as read, but I will admit up front that I haven t tasted any of the recipes yet I have decided that I want to try making wine from fruit and checked several books out of my public library I liked this one the best and am planning on buying it I ve read through it, and even started one of the recipes in the book But, it will be another year before I really get to taste the results The four stars are partially anticipation.One of the things that I liked [...]


  2. This is a really excellent, easy to read, inviting book on getting started with home wine making The author comes off as friendly and encouraging and is often quite funny this is not some dry, technical instructional book This gives a good, basic foundation of the subject, with lots of suggestions for how to further your interests once you are ready to move on to something challenging Lots of recipes, some of which are currently in the works and untested as yet Maybe after a few batches of win [...]


  3. A pleasure to read and incredibly useful in winemaking I have made my first batch based entirely on this book s guidance, so far so good The author is relaxed, brings enthusiasm to the hobby, and is very encouraging In short, a must read for those interested in winemaking, fruit winemaking especially.


  4. I found this book for 6 at a book store closing sale It s a fast, easy read explaining the basics of home wine making The pros are it explains it in approachable and affordable wine making is The downside is I have to wait almost a year before I can learn from the mistakes I ll inevitably have made in my first batch of cranberry apple wine







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