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Techniques in Home Winemaking: A Practical Guide to Making Chateau-Style Wines

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Publisher Comments:

The ultimate guide for the novice and advanced winemaker

This book is the ultimate resource for 'non-commercial' winemakers who are determined to understand the process and master the art of producing wonderful wines. Ellie Butz, Enologist, Vintage Winery Consultants, and co-author of Winemaking: From Grape Growing to Marketplace

This updated edition of the bestselling Techniques in Home Winemaking is the comprehensive guide for beginners and advanced winemakers looking for the latest techniques in premium wine production. From choosing the raw material concentrate, juice or grapes to bottling, this book provides detailed instructions on selecting and using equipment, determining the best material for specific wine styles, and analyzing wine to monitor and control quality.

Features:

A troubleshooting guide that addresses all varieties of problems

Detailed instructions on making Pinot Noir, traditional method, sparkling wine, Port, and icewine-style wines

Easy-to-read charts and tables

Detailed, cross-referenced index

Synopsis:

From crushing grapes to bottling wine, this essential handbook enables the home winemaker to make informed decisions about ingredients, equipment, and the winemaking process. Precise step-by-step instructions lead both novice and advanced winemakers through all of the important procedures, including selecting and working with new equipment, determining the best material for specific styles, analyzing the product, monitoring acidity levels, and common troubleshooting problems. Using accessible charts and tables to offer detailed instructions for making Pinot noir, port, and sparkling wines, this newly updated edition also covers often overlooked topics, such as ice wines and blending varieties.

About the Author

Daniel Pambianchi is the founder and CEO of Cadenza Wines Inc., a small commercial winery in Ontario that produces a wide range of premium wines. He is a regular columnist and the technical editor for WineMaker magazine, a member of the American Wine Society and the Society of Wine Educators, and the author of Kit Winemaking and Wine Myths, Facts & Snobberies. He lives in Montreal, Quebec.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781550653250
Author:
Pambianchi, Daniel
Publisher:
Vehicule Press
Subject:
Wine & Spirits
Subject:
Cooking and Food-Wines of the World
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Publication Date:
20120431
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Pages:
512
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in

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Cooking and Food » Beverages » Bartending and Liquor
Cooking and Food » Beverages » Wine » General
Cooking and Food » Beverages » Wine » Winemaking
Cooking and Food » Beverages » Wine » Wines of the World
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From crushing grapes to bottling wine, this essential handbook enables the home winemaker to make informed decisions about ingredients, equipment, and the winemaking process. Precise step-by-step instructions lead both novice and advanced winemakers through all of the important procedures, including selecting and working with new equipment, determining the best material for specific styles, analyzing the product, monitoring acidity levels, and common troubleshooting problems. Using accessible charts and tables to offer detailed instructions for making Pinot noir, port, and sparkling wines, this newly updated edition also covers often overlooked topics, such as ice wines and blending varieties.
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