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Old 09-14-2009, 04:43 PM   #1
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Default Wine Making research

I was thinking of making the jump to wine as a long term project to fill some more of my carboys while I am deployed next year. I wanted to know of any good books on winemaking I can use to read up and get started. Something similar to the joy of home brewing or how to brew. I have been making beers for a while and the wife wants to make wine. Any suggestions??

Primary 1: Cedrella Vanilla Porter
Primary 2: Empty
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Primary 4: Coastal Red
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Keg1: Cherry Lambic
Keg2: A-10 IIPA
Keg3: Crazy Cuban Monk (Cedrella infused Tripel)
Keg4: Kolsch weisen hybrid
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Old 09-14-2009, 06:50 PM   #2
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the book I've got is called First Steps in Winemaking by C J J Berry.
It's quite old now but nothing really changes anyway. You can get it on amazon
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