Drink Your Garden
Judith Glover’s experience with homemade wine first began with excess parsnips that she received from a neighbor, instructions from a worn library book, and rudimentary equipment that she gathered from her kitchen. After a successful end product, Judith began to cast a thirsty look upon everything in her garden. In her stunning new book, Drink Your Own Garden, Judith documents her garden’s transformation into a delicious collection of wines. From the scarlet rowanberry, which produces a warm, dry autumn wine, to the trendy fig, which yields a rich, delicious dessert wine, this charming tale makes at-home fermentation simple. What makes this book really special are the illustrations. They are gorgeous! For anyone who is even a little interested in home fermenting, Drink Your Own Garden is for you. Get it for $20. It’s a knockout.