The Wine Maker's Little Black Book - Page| 3
Dear Fellow Wine Maker,
I'm the Scott “Wine Making Guy” and I'm
glad you're here
!I understand that you're interested in learning how to make wine and I don't blameyou as it is a very fun hobby and best of all, there’s a reward at the end of thetunnel ... you get to drink the fruits of your labour!... now this is assuming of course you have the patience to get there!In my “little black book” I've included
6 different lessons
to help get you on your way to improving your wine making savvy!They include:
The 7 Common Sense Tips and Tricks
That Will Make Your Wine Making Experience AWhole Lot Easier! (
How to Make A Bottle Of Wine
for Less Than A Cup of Coffee (
The Do's and Don'ts
Of Wine Filtering (
How To Properly Present Your Wine
At A Wine Tasting Party or Intimate Dinner With Your Friends (
Five Fun Things You Can Do
To Really Get The Most Out of Your Wine Making Hobby(
Wine Making Resources
– This is a big list I put together of websites geared to wine makersfrom around the world (
)The purpose of my “little black book” is not to convince you that you should start making your ownwine – as I'm sure you already know this. ☺I'm also assuming that you’re interested in wine making because you have heard about it through afriend or family member and have finally decided to get involved in actually doing it!It's also possible that you've already started making a few batches of wine, are excited about whatyou've accomplished so far and are eager to learn more.Either way, I'm glad that you're reading this as my goal is to help you with a few tips and ideasregarding the wine making process in the hopes that it will not only ensure that you make deliciouswine but also to help you enjoy your life that much more.
So without further ado, let's get started!
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