Pattie Vargas is an avid home winemaker and the co-author of several books, including Cordials from Your Kitchen and Making Wild Wines & Meads. She. Making Wild Wines Meads has ratings and 16 reviews. SterlingSpider said: I’ m going to break my review of this book into two components, the instructi. Making Wild Wines & Meads by Pattie Vargas, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Apricots, blueberries, kiwi, too. Yield for each of these recipes is one gallon, which is a nice economical size for testing out something, as the costs can add up fast, and in the worst case scenario it can be no fun having to get rid of several gallons of failed brew after what could be several years of work.
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Shipping was timely and the price was right. There were others, as well, but with a few other reference books and assistance from experienced brewers, these things should sort themselves out.
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Dec 21, Noah Stacy marked it as to-read. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. It discusses techniques for making meads, fruit wines, herbal wines and floral wines, as well as wine mean If you want to get into magical homebrewing, these recipes will inspire you!
I suppose this serves as an acid source they tend not to use acid blend in the recipesbut might ad Every “country wine” maker has their idiosyncrasy. James Reichstadt rated it really liked it Oct 27, Pattie VargasRich Gulling No preview available – My library Help Advanced Book Search.
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MWWM definitely only offers a starting point, an entry into the world of winemaking. This book was not written from a magical perspective, but some of the ingredients are so unusual and interesting tomato wine? We’re featuring makinb of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.
Aug 01, Justin rated it it was amazing. Concentrates on 1 gallon batches, which surprises me, since you need to wait so much longer than beer, which is usually a 5 gallon batch before you can drink. Considering all the items they recommend you get from a brew supply already, household bleach should not be the focus of the sterilization section.
There’s a fairly nice balance of explanation and brevity, and I appreciated that it took the time to break a few things d I’m going to break my review of this book into two components, the instructions and the recipes. For an experienced brewer with a few books under their belt there might not be so many forays into the “wild” as the title might suggest, but the recipe list would look pretty out-there to someone used to grape table wines.
But I’ve tried out two recipes- Strawberry wine and strawberry mead.
An excellent book for beginners or novices alike! He lives in Ohio. Asciiaardvark rated it really liked it Oct 26, Interesting–should look into this if I get back into winemaking. Chelle rated it really liked it Jul 29, To ask other readers wjld about Making Wild Wines Meadsplease sign up.
Making Wild Wines Meads: Unusual Recipes Using Herbs, Fruits, Flowers More by Pattie Vargas
I am into home winemaking and this book contains a ton of useful information. As something that leans more toward being a recipe book, it does assume that the reader has some basic understanding of the fermenting process. View all 3 comments. Haven’t yet tried any recipes but they look great and I can’t wait to get started.
Paperbackpages. There’s a fairly nice balance of explanation and brevity, and I appreciated that it took the time to break a few things down that are taken sort of for granted in higher level texts. In this refreshingly unique take on winemaking, Patti Vargas and Rich Gulling offer recipes for unusual wines made from herbs, fruits, flowers, and honey.
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