Winemaking (rec.crafts.winemaking) Discussion of the process, recipes, tips, techniques and general exchange of lore on the process, methods and history of wine making. Includes traditional grape wines, sparkling wines & champagnes.

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Old 18-01-2005, 01:15 AM
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I'm new to this wine making thing and would like to know where I can get
receipes and other info on making wine?
Thanks Sinder2000



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Old 18-01-2005, 03:46 AM
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Welcome,
Try Jack's site http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/index.asp .
Darlene
Wisconsin

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Hi
I'm new to this wine making thing and would like to know where I can get
receipes and other info on making wine?
Thanks Sinder2000



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Old 18-01-2005, 04:59 AM
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butkim wrote:

I'm new to this wine making thing and would like to know
where I can get receipes and other info on making wine?


They are all over the internet. Just do a search on "winemaking",
read until you'll confused, then come back and ask questions.
This is a newsgroup full of people helping each other.

You will also need to find your LHBS (Local HomeBrew Store). But
that can wait until you have a good idea of what you want to do.

Dick -- I'm not an expert, just a student of the craft.
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butkim wrote:

I'm new to this wine making thing and would like to know
where I can get receipes and other info on making wine?


They are all over the internet. Just do a search on "winemaking",
read until you'll confused, then come back and ask questions.
This is a newsgroup full of people helping each other.

You will also need to find your LHBS (Local HomeBrew Store). But
that can wait until you have a good idea of what you want to do.

Dick -- I'm not an expert, just a student of the craft.
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Old 19-01-2005, 08:39 PM
Ray Calvert
 
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"butkim" wrote in message
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Hi
I'm new to this wine making thing and would like to know where I can get
receipes and other info on making wine?
Thanks Sinder2000

Maybe you could narrow your request down a little. What kind of wine are
you interested in making. Traditional vino, country, mead?

If you are truly new to wine making you might consider one of the excellent
kit wines that are available today as an intro to wine making. They will
step you through the process with a minimum of pain and you will be pretty
well assured of a decent end product.

Ray




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