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A novelty guide, published in Russian by Dr Ewa Kwapisz, for anyone who wants to make delicious homemade wines.The guide is written in accessible language and is intended for amateurs, both beginners and more experienced.148 pages and plenty of valuable practical advice and tips.Discusses the key po... more >
It is no exaggeration to say that wine is the noblest beverage in the world and has become an integral part of our way of life and culture in the broadest sense of the word. Wine - like music, literature or theatre - provides those special experiences and emotions that inflame or calm the senses, awaken the imagination and stimulate existential reflection. Wine unites generations, helps to forge bonds and deepen social ties.
Thanks to the possibility of using new grape varieties adapted to more demanding growing conditions in different regions, including colder climates, magnificent large as well as small, but no less charming, vineyards are increasingly being planted on home plots. Fruit orchards are also a picturesque element of the landscape, where, in accordance with the eternal rhythm of the seasons, the fruit that tempts with its richness - also ideal raw material for making wines and ciders - ripen.
This manual is aimed at hobby winemakers, who produce small quantities of wine. With this in mind, the book introduces the most important raw wine raw materials, the different stages of the vinification process, and how to handle the wine during the maturation period.
Let's try out the suggested recipes and create interesting, high-quality drinks for an unforgettable tasting experience of wine, cider or drinking honey from your own home cellar.
Dr. EWA KWAPSZ is a biotechnologist, manager and former university lecturer specialising in enzymes and organic acids, one of the developers of the wine yeast and nutrient media production line, an ardent wine-making enthusiast with extensive experience in improving enological processes.