[BKT130] This wine making book is a solid encapsulation of the knowledge you will need to excel at the art and science of winemaking. At over 500 pages, there is plenty of room for the author to take the time and thoroughly explain the basics for the beginner as well as go into more detail on certain, more technical, aspects of the hobby. So if your a beginner, do not think you'll be left out. It diligently covers each topic in chronological order, starting with an overview of the wine making process and building upon that overview to branch out into more subject in greater detail. It does not really matter if you plan on making your wine from fresh grapes or concentrate, this wine making book will give you plenty of information to successfully accomplish either method. Besides giving you the processes and procedures, this author gives his insights and opinions where appropriate. These pearls-of-wisdom are a result of his many years as both a home winemaker and winery owner. Beyond this practical and well-laid-out information this wine making book also features a generous smattering of charts, graphs and illustrations. The book finishes with an extensive trouble shooting section for identifying an repairing faulted wines. All and all this is a very well rounded wine making book that fits the needs of both the beginner and the expert. It very comfortably acts as both a first-time guide and as a detailed reference for the more advanced winemaker. 512 pages.
Customer Reviews"Very Pleased" Review by JOJO (Posted on 1/3/13)
My wine-making book was just what I was hoping for....Thanks"Good" Review by Larry Siegel (Posted on 12/27/12)
I have not had a chance to read and study my book I would as I like to but it seems to be very interesting and informational!
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