Wild Winemaking: Easy and Adventurous Recipes Going beyond Grapes, Including Ginger Green Tea Sake, Apple Champagne, Key Lime Cayenne Wine, and 145 More
List price £14.99
- Paperback (BC)
- 01 Apr 2018
- Storey Publishing
- 256 pages - 230 x 180 x 15mm
Why drink Bordeaux when you can make your own Buddha’s Hand Cherry Bomb wine? Feeling spunky? Try some Ginger Squash Sake! Or maybe you’re in the mood for some Strawberry Lemon-Guava, Triple Basil, Pomegranate Citrus-Symphony, or Cherry Black Currant wine. These are just a taste of the 148 unique recipes in this creative guide to small-batch winemaking that goes far beyond specialty grapes for an easier, more forgiving process. Readers learn how to make wines with fruits like lemons, blueberries, cherries, peaches, and pears, as well as flowers like dandelions and roses, and even herbs like rosemary, basil, and even cannabis. And these recipes are just the start; readers will gain the skills they need to branch out, incorporate their favourite ingredients, and create their own unique wine flavours.
Home winemaking is easy and fun for anyone with this collection of 148 creative recipes that forego specialty grapes and instead use a wide range of readily available fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs to create combinations such as Black Currant Peach, Ginger Green Tea Sake, Orange Chocolate Habanero, and Vanilla Rose Petal.