I have a old book called, Easy To Make Wine, by Gennery-Taylor.
With Additional Recipes for Cocktails, Cider,Beer Fruit Syrups and Herb Teas. This is a older book but these are simple home brew recipes which have stood the test of years, and the ingredients can be easily found in garden's and field's. No expensive equipment is required. All you need is a large saucepan or preserving pan, an earthenware or china bowl, and some bottles with corks. Most of the recipes are what my grandmother used 35yrs ago, when I was a teen and I was the helper, she is gone now so I don't have a teacher any more but I have some of the recipes to try but wine making has evolved and if you learn to use the basic science used now you can make the same wine but it will age better and taste better. We made a really good Welch's grape juice concentrate wine back then so I emailed welch's and they mailed me the new and improved recipe. I started two gal of welch's wine and 6 gal Merlot they tasted the same before I put the yeast in but the Merlot cost me 75$ to start from a Kit and I could have bought the oak chips that come with the Merlot for pennies on the dollar for what I have in the grape concentrate cost me. If want the recipe I will send it to you when I get back in town from work. It is my bed time I have to leave for work.