||The definitive guide for the home winemaker, with over eighty recipes and entertaining commentary, including Anderson's mother's winemaking experiences in the thirties (her potato champagne became known as "jungle juice") which inspired his own experiments.
||Good winemaking need not be complex. The authors draw on their decades of experience to show how the latest ingredients, equipment, recipes and techniques can result in delicious and inexpensive white, red, rose, sparkling, and dessert wines, as well as liqueurs. Illustrated.
|Editors Note 2
||Tells how to make berry, hard fruit, soft fruit, tropical fruit, dried fruit, grape concentrate, and fresh grape wines and explains the criteria for evaluating and investing in wines