If you're a serious home winemaker, you should look into the WinePod. I did, last week at the Wineries Unlimited event in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, where I spent some time with Tracey Mason, the VP Sales and Marketing of Provina, which makes the WinePod. Aside from being aesthetically attractive - cool looking, that is - the WinePod is by far the most advanced small winemaking system I've ever seen, and it's attracted the likes of Cornell and UC Davis, which are top schools for winemaking and grapegrowing in the US. These and other universities will use it for research, but you can use it to make great wine - about four cases of red at one time, or five cases…

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