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How to Make Wine Yeast (with Pictures) | eHow

If you have ever been one to experiment in the kitchen or in the classroom laboratory, you have probably wondered if you could make your own wine. Grapes are usually available year-round and, of course, sugar is cheap. Wine bottles can be scrounged up and even some 5-gallon glass carboys can be found at yard sales. ...

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I’ve been hunting for my chokecherry wine recipe. All the recipes I was looking at called for wine yeast, a campden tablet, tannin and/or pectic enzyme. I wanted to make it the old fashioned…

A Simple Guide On How To Choose Wine Yeast - Wine Making and Beer Brewing Blog - Adventures in Homebrewing

There's an art to choosing wine yeast. But before you can apply this art you must have information. Here's what you need, including wine yeast charts.

Wine Yeast: Choosing the Right Yeast for Homemade Wine (& Mead)

Wine yeast (and mead yeast) can play an important role in flavor development, and choosing the right yeast can mean the difference between spectacular homemade wine...and something that's "just Ok." Choosing the right yeast for

Baking & Bread Yeast vs Wine Yeast & Champagne Yeast | Is Wine Yeast And Baking Yeast The Same?

There are so many kinds of yeast out there. What makes them different? What makes wine yeast any different from bread yeast and so on? Time to find out. | Baking & Bread Yeast vs Wine Yeast & Champagne Yeast | Is Wine Yeast And Baking Yeast The Same? | Can I use bread yeast for wine making? | Is there a difference between brewing yeast and baking yeast? | Can you use baking yeast to make alcohol? | Differences Between Champagne Yeast And Bread Yeast | #WineYeast #BreadYest #BakingYeast…

Complete Guide To Wine Yeast

The amount of wine yeast strains available to homebrewers is vast and getting bigger all the time. Choosing a wine yeast for your next wine now means looking through the offerings of 3 or 4 different yeast producers then reading the specifications and descriptions. To help you understand different yeast strains and varieties we have […]

Homemade Pineapple Wine Recipe

34 · Pineapple wine is an easy-to-make homemade fruit wine with amazing tropical flavor.


  • 7 cups 3 to 4 pounds pineapple
Baking & Spices
  • 2 lbs Sugar
  • 1 packet Wine yeast
  • 1 tsp Yeast nutrient
  • 1/2 tsp Acid blend
  • 1 Campden tablet, crushed (optional)
  • 1/2 tsp Pectic enzyme (optional, but recommended)
  • 1/4 tsp Tannin
Homemade Apple Wine

57 · Homemade apple wine is light, sweet and delicious. This easy winemaking recipe uses any apple juice to craft a delicious apple wine, perfect for sharing with friends.


Baking & Spices
  • 1 lb Cane sugar
  • 1 Wine yeast
  • 1 tsp Yeast nutrient
  • 1 gal Apple juice
Beer, Wine & Liquor
  • 1/4 tsp Wine tannin, powder
  • 1 teaspoon acid blend
  • Optional ~ Campden Tablet and Potassium Sorbate for Stabilizing (I do not use these)
  • 1/2 teaspoon pectic enzyme

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Adding sugar to wine is not permitted in wine production mostly. On the contrary, the sugar naturally occurs in grapes as they ripen in the vine. This sugar gets consumed by the yeast to produce alcohol and carbon dioxide during fermentation. Winemakers worldwide intervene at this stage to control the amount of sugar left in the wine, a.k.a Residual Sugar or just RS, and achieve the desired style. Check our blog to know more about the sweetness levels in still and sparkling wines. #wine101
Did you know that a wine’s legs—the streaks of water that form on the inside of a #glass after you swirl it around—don’t actually tell you much about the quality of the wine that you’re drinking? Wine #myth debunked! When you’re moving wine around in a glass, the alcohol gathers around the sides and then starts to evaporate, while water moves back into the glass, creating the tell-tale legs of a wine. Legs are really just the gradual evaporation of wine and alcohol!
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It's not harder to bake Pain Au Vin with a sourdough starter than with yeast. Just follow one specific rule. Don't add too much wine.