Consider Hybrids for your Backyard Vineyard
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Consider Hybrids for your Backyard Vineyard By Robert Moreland One of the great joys of wine making is opening a bottle of your own creation and enjoying it with family and friends. Being personally involved in the long process of fermenting, racking, balancing, bottling and patiently aging makes that final act a very satisfying ..read more
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A High End Home Winery Example
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2y ago
A High End Home Winery Example We often get asked to set up comprehensive home wineries that allow the new or novice home winemaker to start with everything they need to make high-end wine at home.  We would like to emphasize 'Make high-end wine'.  It will often depend on exactly what and how much you want ..read more
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Choosing a Wine Cork
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2y ago
When browsing MoreWine!'s selection of wine corks, it may be difficult to know which one is best for your particular wine. Choosing the correct cork comes down to two factors: how long the wine will be in the bottle before it gets consumed, and economics. If you will be ..read more
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Oxidation-Reduction Potential: How It Effects The Chemical Matrix of Wine
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2y ago
Oxidation-Reduction Potential: How It Effects The Chemical Matrix of Wine Before we get into the technical aspects of adding oxygen to the must, now is a good time to review the other part of the system, the phenomenon of oxidation-reduction and how it effects the chemical matrix of a wine. The term “Redox Potential” effectively refers to a wine’s ..read more
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Oak Barrel Care Guide
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2y ago
Congratulations on your new winery purchase and welcome to the world of oak barrel ageing!  Your home winery is now part of an age-old tradition which truly does add depth and character to the wines produced in this method. The following are some guidelines and considerations that ..read more
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Hire Your Own Winemaking Consultant
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2y ago
Chances are you have never thought about a winemaking consultant for your hobby winemaking.  You should. It is cheaper than you think and the results can be amazing. Allow us to introduce you to our friend and winemaking consultant Shea Comfort. Shea Comfort helped us start the ..read more
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Testing the must for sugar content, PH, and TA
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2y ago
Testing the must for sugar content, PH, and TA Before you add the yeast, you need to test the must to determine if any additions/corrections are needed. Very rarely will you get a grape that naturally has the required balance of acids, sugars, and pH necessary to create a harmonious wine. When one or more of these elements are out of their ..read more
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Glossary of Terms Used in the Process of Making Wine
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2y ago
Glossary of Terms Used in the Process of Making Wine By VineCo / Cellar Craft Wine Kits ACIDITY Perceived in the taste of the wine as a level of tartness, acidity is a naturally component consisting of mainly tartaric acid, at about 0.5 to 0.7 percent of the wine by volume. ACTHOCYANS Natural organic chemical compounds responsible for the red, blue and purple colours ..read more
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MoreWine! Now Open in the East Coast!
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Benchmarking of SO2 Analysis Instruments and Methods in Wine Applications
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2y ago
Benchmarking of SO2 Analysis Instruments and Methods in Wine Applications By Daniel Pambianchi Abstract: Free sulfur dioxide (SO2) is a key parameter monitored throughout the winemaking process and at bottling to ensure wine is adequately protected from enzymatic and chemical oxidative effects and microbial spoilage. The aim of this study was 1) to benchmark ..read more
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