There are some great books on home winemaking and wines, and I've read more than a few of them. Some are out of print, but nevertheless, I'll provide a review when I can along with a link to where the book(s) is available.
Review – Home Winemaking Step By Step
I just finised reading Home Winemaking: Step By Step by John Iverson and if there is any book that a home winemaker should have on the book shelf, it is this one.
Review – Making Wild Wines & Meads
Some folks who discover winemaking become obsessed with it. So obsessed, they want to move from wine kits to their own country style wines including wild berries, or perhaps even planting some grape vines in their backyard. The Internet winemaking king has even made wine from grass clippings! If you’re interested in further experimentation, what…
Wine Edited By Andre Domine – A Review
This book covers something about everything and in some cases with a lot of interesting detail, if it has to do with wine. The history of wine, it’s uses in ancient times, to cultivation of grapes, to discussions about the major wine regions of the world. On top of that, interesting facts about the correct glassware for different styles and varieties of wine, how wine should be tasted, smelled and observed.
Book Review – Techniques in Home Winemaking By Daniel Pambianchi
In short, this book is the definitive guide to home winemaking for both the novice and experienced winemaker. It should be on the desk of every person that has a passion for turning juice into the wonderful beverage of wine. I know that I will be referring to my copy many many times!