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Important Terms for Wine Makers about Equipment & Supplies

Wine making is a popular hobby and business that has grown substantially in the last ten years. A significant percentage of the world's grape supply is dedicated to wine fermentation. Vineyards of all sizes brew wine using home made kits and easily assembled equipment. With an inexpensive set up and an original recipe, you can make your own wine in a single season. Before you ferment your grapes, or even plant your first vines, you need to learn a few things about the process. Oenology and fermentation are hard sciences at their core. As such, the production of wine comes with a large vocabulary of esoteric jargon. Consider these five important terms for wine makers about fermentation equipment and supplies.

  • Varietal - American wines are all named by the type of grape used in the fermentation process. Whether you set out to brew white or red, the product will depend on the breed of grape you plant in your vineyard. Popular red varietals include pinot noir and cabernet. The most popular white varietal is chardonnay.
  • Yeast - These microscopic organisms essentially eat sugar and excrete alcohol. They are critical in any fermentation process. Because the yeast directly convert sugar into alcohol, the higher the sugar content of your grapes, the higher your eventual alcohol content will be.
  • Custom Label - Home brewers that want to bring their wine supply to market must label their bottles with a vineyard name and varietal. Fancier wines are more specific about the location of the grapes used in the bottle.
  • Fermentation Recipe - The balance of additives, grapes, water and yeast in each bottle of wine. Create your own innovative recipe by playing with traditional ratios.
  • Press - Mechanical tool that extracts the juice from your grape harvest.
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    Coffee Bean Connection
    123 4th St, Baraboo, WI 53913
    Specializing in bulk coffee and tea. Offering some fair trade and organic coffees and teas. We also have brewing equipment and supplies so you can make beer and wine in your own home.
    (608) 355-9999
    Grape Grain & Bean
    816 S 8th St, Manitowoc, WI 54220
    (920) 682-8828
    Home Wine Making Video LLC
    616 Mueller St, Athens, WI 54411
    (715) 257-1199
    Purple Foot The
    3167 S 92nd St, Milwaukee, WI 53227
    (414) 327-2130
    Wine & Hop Shop
    1931 Monroe St, Madison, WI 53711
    (608) 257-0099
    Lil' Ole Winemaker Shoppe
    2200 Rookery View Dr, Wausau, WI 54401
    (715) 845-6170
    Windriver Brewing Company
    861 10th Ave, Barron, WI 54812
    (715) 357-3125
    Soup A Go Go
    623 N 8th St, Sheboygan, WI 53081
    (920) 451-7188
    House of Homebrew Inc
    410 Dousman St, Green Bay, WI 54303
    (920) 435-1007
    Wine Beginnings
    1705 Tower Ave Ste 100, Superior, WI 54880
    (715) 392-8466
    Wine Tyme Winery
    4932 E 2nd St, Superior, WI 54880
    (715) 392-1888
    Coffee Bean Connection
    701 Oak St, Baraboo, WI 53913
    (608) 355-9999
    Lee's Brewing Supplies
    3421 Springbrook Way, La Crosse, WI 54601
    (608) 787-5285

    Wine maker equipment and supplies are used for wine production all over the world. However, individuals can begin brewing and bottling wine at home, as long as they have the right equipment. However, first it is important to look into oenology, or the study of wines. As you may know, this alcoholic beverage has been around for many centuries, and comes in countless varieties, with the main ones being red and white wines. There are also wine-like products, such as sparkling grape juice and apple juice. There are used wine maker kits and brewing supplies that can be purchased. If you have your own vineyard or are able to harvest some grapes, you can begin de-stemming and crushing the fruit for wine production. However, it is important to understand the fermentation process, which involves the breakdown of the grape juice. It is broken down by bacteria, microorganisms, and yeast, which cause natural sugars to be converted to alcohol. Grapes can be crushed by pressing them with clean feet or a machine. Many professional wine makers incorporate additives like potassium and other chemicals when bottling wine. However, all information should be revealed on the wine bottle labels used. Nowadays, there are all kinds of equipment and supplies that can be purchased so you can make wine at home in small batches. If you want to learn more about the wine making process, and what supplies, like bottles and corks, are needed to make this alcoholic beverage, you should make some inquiries at the local wine store of shop in your area. This is a great way to get more information.
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