Learn how American innovation and traditional French ideals have left vintners of the two countries in constant contention.
Transform the abundant, tenacious, and underutilized dandelion into a flavorful spirit.
Pair your favorite fruit with red wine spiced with star anise, cinnamon, cardamom, pink peppercorns, cloves, and orange juice.
Learn how crossbred grape varieties survived the wrath of rigid French vineyards to alter wine production across America.
By Meg Thompson
Combine dried flowers, raw honey and vanilla bean to brew up this after-dinner beverage that soothes the mind and body.
Homemade dandelion wine is an old school summertime favorite that tastes like sunshine in a bottle. It can be a lot of work to clean dandelions for a large batch, but a small batch of dandelion wine comes together in minutes.
Brew this wonderful, tart, dry cider made with scrumptious foraged forged berries making it the perfect drink for hot summer days.
Start a wine brewing adventure with this easy, cheap, and delicious base recipe leaving plenty of room for experimentation.
Discover how easy crafting your own money-saving fermented masterpieces can be.
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