232 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.51 in
September 1, 2011
FOX CHAPEL PUBLISHING
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1565236025
ISBN - 13: 9781565236028
About the Book
Delve into the world of winemaking with an essential classic. "First Steps in Winemaking" was the first modern book to introduce the winemaking process to the at-home vinter and instantly became a must-have for those just discovering the craft.
Using the methods and techniques found within the pages of this book, the reader is sure to have success, right in their very own kitchen. They will learn everything they need to know to make their own wine, from how to obtain the desired flavor to maintaining the proper acid levels.
Find a new favorite among the 130-plus recipes included, and learn which wines are best for which seasons. Turning a kitchen into an at-home vineyard is fun and rewarding!
Table of Contents
Foreword An Introduction to Winemaking Wines by Purpose Country wines Recipes the Year Round What to do with Winemaking Index
From the Publisher
Become an at-home vintner using the methods and techniques in this book. Learn which wines are best for which seasons.
From the Jacket
Learn to make wine with this easy month-by-month approach. Discover the satisfaction and fun of making wine year round using readily available ingredients like fruits, vegetables, flowers, and more. Featuring more than 150 easy-to-follow recipes, this classic book by legendary brewing and winemaking expert C.J.J. Berryhas launched more than three million readers into the hobby of winemaking, and is available again to a new generation of at-home winemakers. First Steps in Winemaking is the ideal introduction to winemaking beacuse it takes the mystery out of the process with clear instructions that guarantee delicious results in your very own kitchen. You will learn everything you need to know, from how to obtain the desired flavor to maintaining the proper acid levels. With its convenient organization, you can making wine each month of the year either using the harvest from your own garden or the produce from the local grocery store. Youll even learn how to have a tasting and judge your own wine. So get started and turn your kitchen into a winery; there can be few pleasures equal to being able to offer friends, and enjoy with them, a glass of one's own wine. If you are toying with the idea of trying your hand at winemaking, delay no longer. Join the millions of people who have discovered this rewarding hobby.
About the Author
C. J. J. Berry is one of Britain's leading winemakers. Co-founder of the first Winemakers' Circle, founding Chairman of the National Association and former Editor-Publisher of the monthly magazine, the Amateur Winemaker, he has written several other books on winemaking and home brewing; upon which he is an acknowledged expert, has frequently appeared on television, and is always in demand as a lecturer and wine judge. NOTE: author deceased