Making Homemade Wine – Book Review

Making your own homemade wine has some great advantages over store bought wine. It’s a hobby, you can make that which you enjoy, you can share your wine as gifts, you can save money in the long run, to name a few.

But, you need to understand, wine making is part science and part art. Like anything you want to do well, it takes practice and learning from your mistakes. Starting with a good book to help you understand what you should be doing and how to do it helps.

We found a good book for you. Truly a back-to-basics approach for anyone wanting to learn how to make their own wines. The author, John N. Paragrine, explains clearly what you need, in both equipment and supplies, and how to do it. And all in plain English. He tells you about the problems that can go wrong and how to correct them.


For once, we have found a truly good book to help a novice learn how to make their own wine. You will find hundreds of books on wine making. These you can add to your library as you progress, but without a good basic book, how can you get started? Even if you have tried to make wine before, The Complete Guide to Making Your Own Wine at Home will help you get the kind of quality wine you will be proud of and enjoy drinking.

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