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Tucker's Station vintner sends tips for new winemakers

A Pearl:
Any vintner worth their wine will tell you that there's just no such thing as a wine recipe. Every batch will require some tweaking. There are some really good guidelines for making wine that will produce a good wine. - BARBARA ARMITAGE

(Does anybody have a favorite homemade Christmas wine guideline to share? - CM)

By Barbara Armitage

First let me say that making wine is easy and lots of fun. The "for personal use only" winery at Tucker's Station is always in full production.

If you're a first time wine maker and don't have anyone who is willing to take the time to work with you on the process I would recommend using a wine making kit. It's a sure fire way to a successful product your first time out.

Any vintner worth their wine will tell you that there's just no such thing as a wine recipe. Every batch will require some tweaking. There are some really good "guidelines" for making wine that will produce a good wine. I recommend E.C. Kraus E.C. Kraus They have taken the time to write lots of very helpful how to articles.

- Barbara Armitage

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