The juice has arrived from Italy and we’re getting our wine making lab ready to make our second annual garagiste wine.
Last year, we blogged about the experience of our Senior Editor, Heidi when she decided to make wine at home as a garagiste in training. The result was a drinkable Pinot Noir made with grapes from California of which we only have about three bottles left from the original batch of 30+ bottles that seemed to disappear. This year we’re going to try Montepulciano – a red wine grape from Italy.
We’ll be blogging to show our fans and followers just how fun it is to make your own wine at home. You just might be inspired to give it a try! If you’re interested in garagiste home wine making, take a look at the articles written by Heidi to get some great tips. They’re packed with resources and suggestions on how to be a home wine maker yourself.