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The Clearing Of Wine

Posted by Daniel Manu on May - 16 - 2011 0 Comment
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This process is normally undertaken in order to remove the sediment which may still contain albuminous matters. Albuminous matter is what encourages wine to start fermenting. After the initial thrust the wine does not need any more incentive. In fact too much albuminous matter will promote after-fermentation, and this is why it must be removed. There is also the possibility that there is not enough sugar to continue fermentation, but  [ Read More ]

Wine Recipes Designed To Improve And Impress

Posted by Daniel Manu on May - 16 - 2011 1 Comment
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I wouldn’t call these the recipes for success, but they provide good information regarding some wine making recipes banking on the fact that you’re either willing to stick to the script, or willing to experiment. The basic idea is to experiment until you get it right, but the recipes have been carefully planned to be easy to understand. You can get the equipment you need in a beginner winemaker’s package,  [ Read More ]

Wine Making – Step By Step Guide

Posted by Daniel Manu on May - 16 - 2011 0 Comment
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This article will break down the steps of wine making. I will guide you through everything you need to know in order to successfully grow wine. Starting from crushing the grapes to the proper fermentation. Harvesting and Destemming Step 1 Harvesting the grapes Harvesting the grapes is either done automatically or by hand. The decision is made by the wine maker factoring the acidity and the level of sugar. Automatic¬†  [ Read More ]