The Homebuilt Winery: 43 Projects for Building and Using Winemaking Equipment

The Homebuilt Winery: 43 Projects for Structure and Utilizing Winemaking Tools

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    1. It seems that pressing the skin-cap by hand is slow and time consuming. Why not have a screen fitted to the fermenting tank that is lowered by automation, submerging the entire cap at once and holding it down until ?

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    2. I mean the narrator (too monotone to digest, mumbles words, rhythm too cadent. Great narrators are like the guy at "Discovering the wines of Bordeaux" on Youtube.

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    3. "The intentional making of grapes into wine."?!? How boring is that? The real definition would at a minimum include honey, fruit in general being at least an honorable mention. But whatever you say dude……….

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    4. I have a home vineyard and i want to press white wine from red grape and i have a problem with this I blame my press which may set not enough pressure .How many bars do you need to make white champagne from Pinot Meniuer?My press has 3 bars.Could anyone give me advice ?American grapes have more pectins it may be a additional problem,I know that grapes should be inside transparent.

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    5. I’m brainstorming on business ideas and thought about a winery vineyard.. after this video, I decided this wouldn’t be my industry. I eat grapes but don’t know grapes. They KNOW their grapes lol.

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    6. I was under the impression that alcohol levels over 13% kept the wine from going bad.
      Why can’t or can different fruits be made into wine together ? Like mulberry, grapes and plumbs.
      I’d bet "Plumb wine would be a great dessert aperitif…

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    7. Most American wines under $25-$30 feel like sulfuric acid going down my esophagus, particularly those that are not from the West Coast. The problem is that in order to get a good American wine, you must spend $35+ a bottle, whereas Chilean, Argentine, Italian and French wines will do the same job for under $20-. For the price of a good US wine, you can get an excellent foreign bottle that will take you to another dimension.

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    8. It’s all about finding balance . It’s like being a chef if you add to much salt to the dish you will ruin it. Same with grapes to much oak well it smells like oak it taste like oak it must be oak. Some of the best whites are 24-48 hours skin contact and a cool fermentation can make epic white wine. One thing winemakers do and overdue is to much manipulation on the wine.

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