Synopses & Reviews
This is a book for the winemaker who likes the ease and convenience of making wine from concentrates or for those who enjoy wine but lack the facilities to make it from grapes and other fruits. The recipes are formulated from concentrates that are readily available to make 1-2 gallon batches of wine. Winemaking with Concentrates is the culmination of many years of work with concentrates from all over the world. Peter Duncan's vast experience and knowledge of the way wine can be made with concentrates is all here in these pages-this is the book that every winemaker who uses them will want to have for ready reference.
About the Author
Peter Duncan is a recognized expert in the field of winemaking and has published several books on the subject.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Basic principles and Practices Equipment The Hydrometer Gravity Tables Cleaning and Sterilizing Yeast Yeast Starters Yeast Nutrients Fermentation Acid Balance Tannin Racking and Clarification Maturing Spoilage Chapter 2: Grape Concentrate Practical Aspects Production of Grape Concentrate Wine Chapter 3: Frozen and Canned Fruit Concentrates Chapter 4: A Range of Recipes Index