Winemaking - (Anderson)
Winemaking: Recipes, Equipment, and Techniques for Making Wine at Home By Stanley F. Anderson and Dorothy Anderson Can fine quality wines be made at home? Of course - and with little or no experience and minimal expense. Stanley and Dorthy Anderson draw on their expertise to show that good winemaking is no longer the province of a select few but can be enjoyed by anyone who loves wine and wishes to bring his or her own style to the beverages served with meals or on special occasions. From basic instruction for beginners to the most up-to-date discussion of equipment and techniques for the accomplished, "Winemaking" is "the" book for the home winemaker. Includes: • Equipment, ingredients, and basic principles of winemaking, with photographs and diagrams More than 80 recipes for everything from fresh grape wines to wines made from grape concentrate to berry wines to tropical fruit wines to liqueurs • Easy-to-read lists of equipment and ingredients needed for each recipe • Symbols indicating the winemaking technique appropriate to each step in a recipe, cross-referenced to an informative, detailed techniques section • Quick reference chart for problems that may occur in the winemaking process, with solutions • Glossary of terms • Buyer's guide to winemaking supplies Complete, authoritative, handsome, and easy to use, "Winemaking" is the one book wine lovers and winemakers won't want to be without.