Pattie Vargas is an avid home winemaker and the co-author of several books, including Cordials from Your Kitchen and Making Wild Wines & Meads. She. Making Wild Wines Meads has ratings and 16 reviews. SterlingSpider said: I’ m going to break my review of this book into two components, the instructi. Making Wild Wines & Meads by Pattie Vargas, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Book ratings by Goodreads. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Asciiaardvark rated it really liked it Oct 26, ,eads rated it really liked it Jun 23, In this refreshingly unique take on winemaking, Patti Vargas and Rich Gulling offer recipes for unusual wines made from herbs, fruits, flowers, and honey.
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Jul 11, Sagely rated it really liked it. Well most of the book is just recipes– so I didn’t read every single one. Definitely try this out if you’re into things like cornmeal wine or beet wine or any kind of mead.
Donna-Leigh rated it it was amazing Jan 21, View all 3 comments. Jun 11, AJ rated it liked it Shelves: If you want to get into magical homebrewing, these recipes will inspire you!
It discusses techniques for making meads, fruit wines, herbal wines and floral wines, as well as wine mean If you want to get into magical homebrewing, these recipes will inspire you! The Best Books of Be the first to ask a question about Making Wild Wines Meads. Conrad rated it really liked it Mears 17, Description Make extraordinary homemade wines from everything but grapes!
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Mel rated it it was amazing Nov 26, Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. As something that leans more toward being a recipe book, it does assume that the reader has some basic understanding of the fermenting process.
That being said; if you’re old hat at home brewing it is probably worth taking a read-through for a baseline understanding of the practices the recipes are based on, a quick refresher, and perhaps a different way of wording things you might like better Some brew science is still a bit deeper then I’m personally interested in going right now, and sometimes it’s awfully nice to be able follow a pre-tested recipe to approximate the results I’m looking for rather then having to calculate every additive based on tables and graphs, and I think that alone will keep this book near the top of my reference pile for this hobby.
Chelle rated it really liked it Jul 29, Make extraordinary homemade wines from everything but grapes! James Reichstadt rated it really liked it Oct 27, Aug 29, Eli rated it really liked it Shelves: There were others, as well, but with a few other reference books and assistance from experienced brewers, these things should sort themselves out.
Great book great Price. There are variations of most of the wines to account for different tastes: Open Preview See a Problem? Dispatched from the UK in 2 business days When will my order arrive?
Lists with This Book. Rich GullingPattie Vargas No preview available – I got this one on my kindle unlimited free trial and now that it is over I will have to buy it, there are many recipes I want to try.
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Lemon-Thyme Metheglin, Rose Hip Melomel, and Pineapple-Orange Delight are just the beginning of an unexplored world of delightfully natural wild wines. Jun 21, SterlingSpider rated it really liked it. Lemon-Thyme Metheglin, Rose Hip Melomel, and Pineapple-Orange Delight are just the beginning mewds an unexplored world of delightfully natural wild wines.
Every “country wine” maker has their idiosyncrasy. Nolan rated it liked it Jan 19, I suppose this serves as an acid source they tend not to use acid blend in the recipesbut might add “extra” citrus flavors. Also, some recipes actually specify particular strains of winemaking yeast—a big improvement over Jagendorf’s use of bread yeast throughout. Dild this refreshingly unique take on winemaking, Patti Vargas and Rich Gulling offer recipes for unusual wines made from herbs, fruits, flowers, and honey.
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