The Wine Pages: Homebrew winemaking
I have never been a fan of exact winemaking recipes. Like cookery, the method and and quantity of ingredients you use in a winemkaing recipe should be modified and adjusted depending on the quality of the ingredients and the whim of the winemaker. Some days I might make my wine strong, and other days light.
Do not follow rigid recipes - use your creativity and follow recipes only as guidelines. You will ultimately learn more this way - explore different ideas and do not be chained by convention. Only by experimenting can you really learn what makes a great wine, and what to pour down the sink.
These aren't exactly recipes, more guidelines and discussion about the specific ingredient. I haven't constantly repeated the same methods of clearing wine, adding sulphite etc, you can work that out for yourself!