Throwback Thursday: Adventures in Winemaking

I found this post from May 2008, 11 years ago. It about my first vintage which I called a Super-Teaneck. Teaneck is where my parent’s porch and my cellar are located. It’s a blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon. My best guess and I confess it is a real approximation is that the wine is... Continue Reading →

Monday Musings: Home Winemaking

This past weekend I went to buy grapes to do my annual home winemaking project with my family. My son loves it although he doesn't yet eat grapes, he likes the feel of the grapes and in the past, he has enjoyed the bottling. This year we are making Syrah and Moscato. My 2017 Moscato... Continue Reading →

Super Teaneck 2017: Phases 2 & 3

My adventures with my Super Teaneck wines made from Moscato and Zinfandel continued through December when I racked the wine off it's incredible amount of dead yeast cells or lees for the final time before bottling. I transferred the wine into bottles this past December according to my Gurus at Corrado's - my wine mecca.... Continue Reading →

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