Low cost wine-making equipment can be made in any home or office, and is a key element of a growing wine.
We’ve taken a look at the basics of growing wine in containers, but here’s what you need to know if you’re a winegrower, a winemaker, or a wine merchant.
The Basics 1.
Make your own container.
This is not something you’ll have to do yourself, but if you want to get started you can find a range of options here.
Find a container.
You’ll need some sort of storage container that fits your needs, and some tools and a hobbyist’s tools will also help.
Build a wine grower.
This will be a lot of work.
Find the right equipment.
We’ve covered how to choose a grower, but you’ll also need to be sure you have everything you need and the right tools.
Fill your grower with the right wine.
You should use a mix of soil, fertiliser and water to grow your wine.
If you’re not sure what to use, check out this guide to growing wine for a range more specific to your needs.
Add a winemaking guide.
This might be a good time to read up on wine growing and be sure to have a wine growing guide handy, or start researching the best way to grow wine online.
Grow your wine from a container If you’re looking to grow a range other than white wine, you’ll need a wine-grower’s kit, and it might be best to pick a product that doesn’t require specialised equipment.
Check out the wine-gardening guide to find the best growing equipment.
You might also want to look at our guide to the best grow-tools.
Get an expert wine-gardener to grow for you.
You don’t need to buy a grow-master, but someone who can do it for you might be more than happy to lend you a hand.
Put your wine in a grow box.
Get the right kind of soil.
The best growing soil is a mix that allows all the enzymes to work together.
Use the right containers.
To start, you need something that will grow in a tight space, such as a container with a shelf on the side, or the back of a storage container.
You’ll also want a container that won’t get in the way, but won’t spoil the soil.
For more information about growing wine, check our guide on wine-production.