How to Make Wine At Home: A Quick Start Guide to the Home Wine Making Process from Beginner to Homemade Wine Expert

How to Make Wine At Home: A Quick Start Guide to the Home Wine Making Process from Beginner to Homemade Wine Expert

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by Nathanial Greene
     
 

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How to Make Wine At Home: A Quick Start Guide to the Home Wine Making Process from Beginner to Homemade Wine Expert

If you have given some thought to the idea of making wine at home but just haven't quite gotten around to it yet, there is no reason to delay any longer. Thousands of people around the world happily enjoy the benefits and rewards of making…  See more details below

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How to Make Wine At Home: A Quick Start Guide to the Home Wine Making Process from Beginner to Homemade Wine Expert

If you have given some thought to the idea of making wine at home but just haven't quite gotten around to it yet, there is no reason to delay any longer. Thousands of people around the world happily enjoy the benefits and rewards of making their own wine. While certain equipment is required, you do not need to make a prohibitive investment or even have a large space in order to enjoy a hobby that can be quite rewarding.

In reality, making wine at home is much easier than you might at first think. The entire process really only involves combining concentrate or fruit with a few simple other ingredients, placing it into the container and then letting it go to work. The resulting process is actually quite natural and will not require a lot of interaction from you. In fact, it could be said that all you really need to do is make sure that the proper proportions of ingredients are combined and then provided with an environment that is suitable and stable.

Making wine can be a great hobby and this book will guide you through the process from start to finish.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016639383
Publisher:
Malibu Publishing
Publication date:
04/26/2013
Series:
Quick Start Guide Series , #33
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
820 KB

Meet the Author

Nathanial Greene is a self-professed wine enthusiast.

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How to Make Wine At Home: A Quick Start Guide to the Home Wine Making Process from Beginner to Homemade Wine Expert 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is really cute.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
But does Japan have that much emotion? Come on..
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
More emotion put into this, could feel how Kiku felt. Good job.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He's gay?!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kiku was immediately flooded with stares as soon as he stepped out of the bus. Great. As he aimlessly wandered among the clods of people, he saw a counselor grouping people into cabins. He walked up to the counselor and cleared his throat. <br>"Excuse me, but I'm new here. Where am I supposed to go?" <br>The counselor stared down at him. "What's your name, kid?" <br>"Ah... Kiku. Kiku Honda," Kiku mumbled, stepping out of the way of a large group of people. <br>"Honda, huh... you'll be in cabin 15 with Alfred, Yao, and... Ivan. Now, go away. I've had enough of you pesky kids." <br>Before Kiku could thank him, the counselor had already sped away. Kiku picked up his stuff and trekked to his cabin. Upon entering the cabin, he saw his new bunkmates. <br>Yao, his brother in law. He has a quick short temper, and he's always obsessed with the drawings in Kiku's notebooks for some odd reason. <br>Ivan, Yao's weird boyfriend. He likes warm weather and always wears Yao's clothes. <br>Alfred. Kiku barely knew him from school, but he was really nice. Also, he had clear blue eyes that twinkled wih happiness... and that smile. That smile... it was the most sincere smile Kiku had ever seen. Also, his name was Alfred Jones. His name was Alfred Jones. <br>His name was Alfred Jones. <br>It didn't take a genius to realize that Kiku had a huge crush on Alfred. At school, Kiku was always too shy and embarrased to talk to hin. But now... it was worth a try. <br>"Hey, Alfred," Kiku said quietly, his face turning redder than a tomato. <br>"Hi, Kiku! Nice to see you here!" He smiled that smile. Kiku wanted to melt into a puddle. <br>"Nice weather we're having... right?" Kiku looked down at his shoes. <br>"Yeah, perfect for swimming! Hey, you wanna sit next to me at dinner?" Alfred asked. Kiku noticed he was blushing, too. Did he like him? Kiku hoped so. <br>"Ah... yeah! I'd love to!" Kiku said, looking into those glimmering blue eyes. He wanted to float away in happiness. There was a chance that Alfred liked him back. Kiku couldn't wait until dinner. He was going to see Alfred again. <br> <br>To Be Continued <br>Author's note: Let the feels begin! <br>~E &spades
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have always loved wine and had no idea it was so easy to make myself. I found this very educational and I have found myself a new hobby!