The Wine Pages: Homebrew winemaking
The master vinificators present to you a minimalist's guide to homebrew winemaking. Following this method you should be able to produce a gallon of perfectly acceptable homemade homebrew wine with the minimum of effort, hassle or cash.
We start at the beginning.
In short, anything. For ideas and inspirations, you could consult the ingredients link. However, since this is the beginner's guide, I would suggest something readily available, eg apples, blackberries or whatever's in season.
Done that? Good. Now you must go out and spend some money.
Arm yourself with a fiver (this ought to be plenty) and go off to one of the shops. You will need...
Also make sure you have the following avalible. This may entail another shopping trip.
It is highly advisable to (prehaps not essenstial) go and buy the following.
When you are suitably armed, and you have secured the use of the kitchen for the next hour you are ready to proceed.
Before you continue however, a word must be said about sterilising. It is vital that you read this link, because we can't be bothered to keep reminding you.
If you found that pleasing, read the rest of the site. If you hated it, go and visit an off license.