Originally Posted by rogerb
Just wanted to say hi and glad I found this forum. I live in northeast TN and used to make wine years ago but since my son came along I had to give it up. Here lately I have been feeling the itch again and reading all of the posts on here has really got me anxious to get started after I get my equipment again. I am really impressed with how everyone on here interacts and is so helpful. Since I am starting over again does anyone have any good books they would recommend?
"Home Winemaking Step by Step. A Guide to Fermenting Wine Grapes." by Jon Iverson
I am new to making wine. This is the book I have and I have found it to be very useful in making some very slight adjustments to wine kits that I have purchased and providing explanations re: the overall process. For me, it has been most useful on the yeasts, fining agents, process/stages/timing. It is both general and specific. A thorough book.