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The Home Winemaker’s Companion

Secrets, Recipes and Know-How
for Making 115 Great-Tasting Wines



By Gene Spaziani & Ed Halloran



The Home Winemaker's Companion by Gene Spaziani & Ed Halloran


Here are 115 delectable wine recipes to guide you through everything from making your very first batch of kit wine to mastering advanced techniques for making wine from fresh grapes.

The Home Winemaker’s Companion 978-1-58017-209-7 272 pages $18.95
  
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