Making Award Winning Wines at Home covers absolutely everything that amateur winemakers need to know with sound advice based on modern science and professional-level winemaking methodology. Author Bill Smith is a wine competition judge who draws on his life's work as an anaerobic fermentation research scientist to offer this comprehensive guide to home winemaking. No detail is left unexamined, including equipment (Glass Fermenting Jars, Plastic Tubing, Airlocks, Primary Fermentation Bucket, Sieve and Funnel, Bottle Brushes, and The Hydrometer), ingredients you'll need, techniques you'll need to master, and more. Here are 50 recipes. But more than that, Smith explains how to adjust award-winning wines to your own taste, winemaking techniques at a professional level, and the scientific process behind the how to make wine. Get in touch with your inner winemaker and start your journey now. This is an in-depth guide to everything amateur winemakers need to know about making wines of distinction using sound, scientific advice and professional-level winemaking techniques. Chapters explore basic equipment, winemaking supplies, additives, ingredients, and racking and bottling of your wine. A chapter on wine clubs and wine shows will help readers make the most of their hobbies. The best part, of course, is that once you have completed this guide, you will be bottling your first batch in no time. Soon you will be sipping and sharing your delicious creations!