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Arizona Viticulture

ARIZONA VITICULTURE – Geography & Strong Wines

Arizona viticulture is interesting to outsiders who see know Arizona for its legendary heat.   Our geographical location gives...

Home Winemaking: Taking Your Batch to the Next Level

Grapes are the lone fruit capable of reaching perfection in the eyes of a winemaker. Twenty-two to 28 degrees Brix, 5 to 11 grams per liter...

HOME WINEMAKING: Scaling Up

Whether you’re making a few gallons of wine for your own consumption or thousands of gallons to sell to the public, the fundamentals...

Home Winemaking: Fermentation Temperature – Theory, Practice and Divination

After speaking with numerous amateur and professional winemakers, combing through mountains of graduate biochemistry thesis papers and...

Wine Making in Rio Verde?

We recently received this question from Arizona Vines & Wines reader Bobbie B.: “I heard there is a fellow that has quite the...

HOME WINEMAKING: Mead

by Greg Gonnerman Some believe that mead is the oldest type of fermented beverage on Earth, yet many today have never heard of it. Mead is...

Hobbyist Profile – Greg Gonnerman: Grapes & Guns

“Arizona winemakers are atypical; they’re characters.” – Greg Gonnerman I hopped into my silver Hyundai, queued The Who’s...