Budding vintners need get their grapes in a bunch no more: Crushpad,­ a new San Francisco-based community winery, allows backyard oenophiles to bottle their own vintages without the stress, hassle, or costs of being a full-time winemaker. Wine consultants walk amateurs through defining and creating their own wines (either from the company’s grape sources or their own), and offer guidance through the roughly 30 decisions made in the process. Prices start at $4,000 for a barrel, which yields 25 cases or 300 bottles of your very own vintage — made your way with your chosen grapes — and your very own label. Sounds hefty, but it comes out to an affordable $13 to $20 per bottle, so you might even have enough left over to buy some cheese to go with your vino. www.crushpadwine.com