Modern Home Winemaking: A Guide to Making Consistently Great Wines

Daniel Pambianchi

Modern Home Winemaking describes the process of making flawless wine, consistently, from crush to bottle, using modern techniques and the latest products. Making wine is not only about fermenting juice into wine; this book details the many other processes involved in making outstanding wine—wines that will win medals at competitions.

Véhicule Press

Daniel Pambianchi is a well-known winemaking author, lecturer, consultant, and seasoned winemaker, both as an amateur and professional, having owned and operated a small commercial winery in Niagara Wine Country in Ontario, Canada. His bestselling book Techniques in Home Winemaking has become the go-to reference textbook by advanced amateurs and small-winery operators alike. His area of expertise is wine chemistry, in which he performs extensive studies in his wine analysis lab. He is a member of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture.

Other books by Daniel Pambianchi:
Wine Myths, Facts & Snobberies: 81 Questions & Answers on the Science and Enjoyment of Wine
The Beginner’s Guide to Making Wine from Juice and Grapes
Techniques in Home Winemaking: The Comprehensive Guide to Making Château-Style Wines
Kit Winemaking: The Illustrated Beginner's Guide to Making Wine from Concentrate
Trade paperback
111 illustrations and 50 table
620 pp 9" x 6"
ISBN13: 9781550655636

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111 illustrations and 50 table
620 pp 9" x 6"
ISBN13: 9781550655933

CDN $59.95
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