Wine Equipment Kits

Wine Kits

You want to try your hand at making wine? We have just the thing for you!

We offer three wine equipment kits. Plus, with a purchase of a Complete or Deluxe equipment kit, you get a free Intro to Winemaking (in-store) class. You probably wont have any of this equipment or ingredients at home so a kit is really the best place to start. If you've inherited some equipment bring them into the store and we can go over them together to make sure everything is still in an usable condition.

Be cautious of second hand equipment. Rule of thumb; is it plastic, does it smell, is it sticky/moldy? If you answer yes to a few of these then you need to replace them, and remember, when in doubt, throw it out! Tubing and buckets are usually the first to go and need replacing.  Stainless Steel will last forever so don't throw it away if it's dirty! Just soak it in some cleaner (PBW) for a day or until clean.  Once you've gone through all your inherited equipment, make a list of what you need, and stop by the store. We'll help you find everything you need!

Every kit starts with a Basic and then adds additional items.

Beginner Winemaking Starter Kit ($150)  Complete Winemaking Starter Kit ($179.99)  Deluxe Winemaking Starter Kit ($259.99)

  • Sodium Metabisulfate                                      Corks                                                                Fizz X Agitator Rod
  • B-Brite                                                              Double Lever Corker                                        Portuguese Floor Corker
  • Siphon Tubing                                                  Wine Thief
  • Carboy Brush                                                   Test Cylinder
  • Wine Bottle Brush
  • Auto-Siphon
  • Bottle Filler
  • Hyrdrometer
  • Adhesive Thermometer
  • Cylinder Lock
  • 7.5 Gallon Fermenter
  • 6 Gallon Glass Carboy
  • 6.5 Universal Stopper
  • Wine Whip


That's that folks. The fall grape season is almost here so next months wine post will discuss what and when you can look for fresh Northern Hemisphere Grapes.


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