This handy guide includes over 100 recipes for everything from traditional grape and berry wines, to more creative ideas like wines made from carrots, cherries, rhubarb, and watermelon. The list goes on!
We always recommend a recipe book over following random internet recipes, because those recipes often have major oversights. For example, if the recipe you found online does not make reference to specific gravity, there's no telling what the sweetness or alcohol content of the final product will be. Trust a curated collection like this one for more consistent, higher-quality results.
This is also a great guidebook for cider, mead (including its variants like melomel and pyment), and wine coolers, and includes general instructions for designing your own recipes.