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Winemaking Made Easy: Learn how to create the perfect house wine

Winemaking Made Easy: Learn how to create the perfect house wine

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Winemaking Made Easy: Learn how to create the perfect house wine

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81 pagine
40 minuti
Pubblicato:
Apr 5, 2012
ISBN:
9781476436753
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Learning how to make homemade wine can become a fascinating and enjoyable hobby. In this book there are details on how to make wine, important information on fermentation and the equipment to use to produce great fruit wines. There are also a variety of recipes to produce country wine with the aid of grape concentrate to boost the quality of you efforts and reduce the disappointment of failure.

Pubblicato:
Apr 5, 2012
ISBN:
9781476436753
Formato:
Libro

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James Newton is a retired Chef who has had a great career catering for the rich and famous. He has worked all around the world in some of the most exotic locations. Now in his series of ecookbooks he brings together the know how of how to cook regional and international dishes from the places he has visited.From the USA, South American, the Caribbean, Morocco, Middle East, Greece, Italy, UK, Spain and many more discover traditional dishes like the ones you liked on vacation.

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Winemaking Made Easy - James Newton

Winemaking

Made Easy

James Newton

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Introduction

Making homemade wine is easier than you think, many fine and popular wines can be made from fruits, flowers and vegetables and with there being major differences in the pricing between your homemade wine and commercial wine it can reduce your weekly shopping bill. In fact once you get started you will be able to make six bottles of quality wine for the price you will pay for one bottle in store or at a winery. Not only that, making wine can be an enjoyable and interesting hobby.

Many of the great homemade wines use ingredients like elderberries, blackberries, apples and many other wonderful fruits that can be found in the great outdoors.

Learning how to make homemade wine can become a fascinating and enjoyable hobby. In this book there are details on how to make wine, important information on fermentation and the equipment to use to produce great fruit wines. There are also a variety of recipes to produce country wine with the aid of grape concentrate to boost the quality of you efforts and reduce the disappointment of failure.

The Fundamental Stages

In the effort to learn how to make homemade wine it is useful to know the breakdown of stages needed to produce wine, such as flavor extraction, fermentation, bottling and aging. Besides learning these concepts you will also need to know the types of equipment you need for making wine at home, and the ingredients needed to make the wine you make at home, great.

Stage One: Flavor Extraction

Some wines can be made from pure undiluted juice from the grape and may have little to no sugar added to them. But many times homemade wines may use fruits that has strong flavors and may need to be diluted with water so that it will have a more agreeable concentration. In this process the juice (or flavor) is extracted and the liquid that is obtained is watered down or diluted, this is called the must. Sugar may be dissolved in the must and the yeast will need to be added so that the fermentation process can begin. You will have to decide if you will use real fruit or juice concentrate. If you choose to purchase juice concentrate you will avoid all the squeezing.

Stage Two: Fermentation

When you are learning how to make wine from home, one of the most important concepts you must learn regarding the making of wine is the fermentation process. Fermentation is a natural occurrence that happens through the use of yeasts as well as fungi, bacteria and moulds. However, for the wine making concern, fermentation usually refers to the use of yeast and its action on the sugar that is dissolved in your must.

In wine fermentation, the yeast uses the sugar as food, it consumes the sugar that you have added to the must and then it produces alcohol. The actual fermentation process involves to stages, the first stage is the aerobic stage in which the yeast builds up a colony and the second stage is the production of alcohol in the much.  Many times the first stage occurs in your primary fermentation bucket, which contains the must and the pulp of the ingredients. This is the first step in the extraction of the juice or flavor, so you may notice that the extraction and the fermentation work together. After waiting the allotted time as directed by your recipe, you will need to strain the liquid (raking) and then pour the liquid into your demijohn or a vessel with a fermentation lock to block the air out. While the yeast is using the remaining oxygen

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