Winemaking Articles. How to Use and Read a Refractometer – Knowing exactly when your gs (or other fruit) are at the peak of ripeness
Continued WINE PROBLEMS “Sooner or later something is bound to go wrong.” Sooner or later everyone encounters a wine problem. I only know one person who has made wine
A stinky smell of rotten eggs or burnt rubber is the result of the production or presence of sulfide compounds in must or wine. Specifically, hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S
We explore the seven most common wine faults: What they are, how to identify them, and how to make them go away.
No need to buy the traps or bait from the store, it’s easy to make your own homemade fly trap with a repurposed plastic bottle.
2. Red Wine. As fruit flies love the smell of red wine, you can use it to trap them. Red wine will surely get the flies intoxicated! Mix ½ cup of red wine and 1½
Fruit flies are the bane of many homeowners existence. They have a crazy short life span, going from egg to adulthood in 8-10 days, which means they reproduce at a
Need help in the kitchen? eHow offers quick and easy recipe ideas and cooking techniques for everyday meals as well as holidays and other celebrations.