The Complete Illustrated Guide to Homemade Wine Review

One of the best online guides to making your own wine at home that I’ve seen so far is “The Complete Illustrated Guide to Homemade Wine” by Mike Carraway.

The Complete Illustrated Guide To Homemade Wine eBookThe great thing about this guide is that it assumes absolutely no knowledge of winemaking, and it written in plain English with all wine making jargon explained. So it’s great for beginners – even if you’ve never even thought of making wine before, you’ll have your first batch fermenting in hours. But don’t think that it only covers the basics, Mike has over 20 years experience in home based wine making, and shares all of his tips and tricks, so even you old timers are sure to learn something. And if you don’t, Mike offers an unconditional money back guarantee. So you can’t lose.

Why should you invest in a course like this? Well, if you are interested in making your own wine for any reason, whether to save money, to be able to have complete control over the additives in your wine, or to pass the time … the one thing that you all have in common is that you need to learn how to do it.

Sure, the basics are simple, but there are dozens of tips and tricks of the trade that will make all the difference in the final product. The stuff that makes the finished product something that you’d be proud to serve for your family and friends and your next BBQ, or even Christmas dinner, rather than just fermented grape juice, that may or may not be distinguishable from paint stripper.

Guess what? Mike shares all of these.

Not only that, but he includes a huge amount of extra material:

  • 50 receipes for making wine out of other fruits and vegetables, even jalepenos! Great for that something different.
  • A genuine viking mead receipe. Mead is a wine made from honey, and I think that it’s great served warm, with a little cinamon and ground cloves, by the fire on a cold winters night. Don’t worry, one sip and all thoughts of pillage are swept from your mind.
  • Complete instructions on making champagne oops sparkling wine, (we don’t want to upset the French too much). Perfect for those that like a few bubbles on special occasions, or any time for that matter.
  • A special guide on how to make apple cider. My brother in law makes a mean sparking cider which is great chilled on a warm afternoon. He guards his recipe closely, but I reakon that with this guide and a little experimentation, I should be able to match it
  • A special guide on how to determine the alcohol content of your wine, even before tou make it! A must have these days with strictly enforced drink-driving laws, if you must drive after drinking, you have to know the alcohol content to make sure that you stay under the limit.
  • And probably most useful of all, guides on how Mike obtains the best fruit and other supplies, often free or at a substantial discount.

All of that is great, but you know what I think is the best thing about the course? It’s the Winemakers Inner Circle membership. This is where you can access video resources that show you exactly how to do it and what to expect at each stage of the wine making process. The Winemakers Inner Circle is a worldwide community of home winemakers, just like you. It’s a great place to pick up even more tips and tricks and┬árecipes, and connect with other home winemakers. There’s ongoing education there as well, each month or so Mike hosts and online seminar. The recordings are available in the Inner Circle.

So, where do you get “The Complete Illustrated Guide To Homemade Wine”? Luckily, it’s availble online right from here. And if you click on that link, you’ll be able to get it at the special discounted price of only $27. But hurry, I don’t know how much longer Mike will keep that price active.

Click here to purchase via Click Bank and be covered by Mike’s unconditional 60 day money back guarantee.

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