We have a general instruction sheet for making wine from fresh red or white wine grapes with a basic shopping list available at the store to help you get set up for the season: Making Red Wine From Fresh Grapes and Making White Wine from Fresh Grapes.
Before you pick any grapes: Wine grapes should be between 21-24 brix optimally, pH 3.5-3.7 for red grapes or 3.2-3.4 for white grapes or rosé style reds. Birds and other critters will start eating your grapes at least 2-3 weeks before you should harvest! Invest in some good netting, bee netting is preferred. Just because your grapes turned red does NOT mean they are ready to harvest - sugar and acid levels are optimal around 6-8 weeks after color change (veraison) starts.
Please note: I am no longer renting any equipment or doing any wine chemistry testing.