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Crushing, Grapes, Home Winemaking, Pressing

Crush Time

Crush Time

You have to be flexible to make wine. This past Friday, I was just a guy on his way to a weekend getaway in Deep Creek, Maryland. On Sunday, I rushed home from said vacation to load more than 350 pounds of grapes into my car. A call came from Dr. Bob […]

by × October 13, 2014 × 2 comments

Home Winemaking

It’s a Watching and Waiting Game

It’s a Watching and Waiting Game

Winemaking is an erratic hobby. There is a lot of action at the beginning of the process: crushing, fermenting, pressing; and a lot of action at the end of the process: bottling, labeling, drinking (the best part). In the middle, however, not a lot happens. Since the wine has to […]

by × December 22, 2012 × 2 comments

Home Winemaking

Pressing Red Wine (Pt. 1)

Pressing Red Wine (Pt. 1)

Back before we lived in a hotel, we were minding our own business, entertaining two lovely house guests from Texas (Robert’s home state). Now our life is a little like Eloise, except we don’t live in the room on the tippy-top floor, we live on the second floor, and instead […]

by × November 5, 2012 × 5 comments