Your votes have been counted, and the results have been tallied. Below are the 10 most popular winemaking blog posts of 2013 from the E. C. Kraus blog. The results are based on a combination of: visits, social sharing and comments from you the reader.
So without any further delay, I give to you The Top 10 Wine Making Blog Posts of 2013!
- 3 Tips For Getting More Flavor In Your Wine
When it comes to making wine, everyone is always looking for that edge that will put their homemade wines over the top. Here’s three things you can do to help get that done… More >>
- Bulk Storing Wine In A Carboy
Learn the pro’s and con’s of storing your wine in a carboy for an extended period of time. It’s something that many home winemakers do, but is it right for you? More >>
- What’s The Rules For Topping Up Wine
Here’s the skinny on what topping up is… the when’s and why’s of topping up are explained so that you’ll know just how to handle every winemaking situation. More >>
- What Every Winemaker Ought To Know About Sulfites
Get a clearer perspective on what sulfites are, what they do, and why they are so important to the production of wine. More >>
- How To Handle A Stuck Fermentation
Learn what a stuck fermentation actually is and what can cause one to happen. Also, learn what you can do if your fermentation becomes stuck and what can be done in the future to prevent it from happening again. More >>
- 4 Tips For Losing Less Wine
Here’s a list of 4 things you can do to make sure you end up with more wine at the end of the winemaking process. Simple things that any home winemaker can do. More >>
- Did Using Distilled Water Ruin My Wine?
Is distilled water what you should be using in your homemade wines? Why do ingredient kits ask for it? Why do we NOT recommend it? This and other info! More >>
- How Do I Make More Alcohol In The Wine
If you’re a home winemaker that wants to make your wines with more alcohol then read this! Higher alcohol is possible, but there’s some things you should know first. More >>
- How To Stop A Wine Fermentation
Stopping a fermentation is not an easy thing to do. Care has to be taken if you don’t want to end up with popping corks. Here are all the particulars for stopping a wine fermentation dead in its tracks. More >>
- When To Aerate A Wine
Providing air to a fermentation is important, but it has to be done at the right time. If not, your wine could be in for a dose of oxidation. More >>
Ed Kraus is a 3rd generation home brewer/winemaker and has been an owner of E. C. Kraus since 1999. He has been helping individuals make better wine and beer for over 25 years.