Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
A dry wine made from goldenrod flowers and ginger. Learn how to brew a one gallon batch of mead or wine from these lovely weeds and wildflowers!
Made with premium homemade pinot grigio, this cocktail is fruity and fun! Wine making is SO easy!
You can make your own wine with just about any fruit. This recipe makes a smooth wine with apples and raspberries.
An interesting and different kind of wine - wine from tomatoes!
Mint wine ends up with an amazing, unexpected flavor, rather like a sweet chardonnay, and does not taste like mint tea! Use up your overabundance of mint - you'll be glad that you did.
Dandelions are on the move, taking over lawns, one sunny flower at a time. This simple recipe just takes flowers, sugar and a little time. Why make Dandelion Wine?
Weeds + Sugar = Boozy Sunshine in a Bottle.
Phil Lorenz of Nectar Creek describes what goes into making mead and also what the process entails. A love of fermentation, bees, and agriculture led to the creation of his meadery.
Making wine at home is fun, economical, so delicious, and a lot easier than you may think. These step-by-step instructions will have you making your first gallon in no time!
Fruit wine is perfect for those who love wine and fun DIY projects. Making homemade fruit wine is simple, enjoyable and worth every last sip.
Most country wines require a lot of patience– but not this one! Using cider yeast really sped things up for me, and although not such a refined or strong wine, it’s completely delicious.