DetailsEverything you need to test the progress of your fruit wine fermentation, as well as the bottles, corks and corker needed to finish your work at the end of the harvest. This kit is a perfect complement to the Fresh Harvest® 1 Gallon Fruit Wine Kit.
This Add-on Kit Includes:
- Mini Corker
- Corker & Corks
- 1 case of wine bottles
- Herculometer™ Hydrometer - because sometimes glass breaks
Note: No substitutions are allowed.
- Mini Corker
- Details & Instructions
4.7 / 5.06 ReviewsI have mixed feelingAll the things are useful, you will need them, but if you stick with wine making you will have to rebuy better quality replacements._x000D_The corker is ok for small batches, but not for 6 gallon batches._x000D_The kit sis not a bad addition, before you decide to spend $100+ on a better corker, and other equipment, so if you aren't sure, then its a worthwhile investment._x000D__x000D__x000D_January 6, 2013Must haveThis is a must have for anyone starting out making smaller batches of wine. Upon ordering I was missing the hand corker, but the helpful staff sent it out right away once they learned of the mistake.January 30, 2013Great BuyThis is a must have if your just starting out making wine and getting the one gallon fruit kit. Don't forget to buy a hydrometer test tube. that's really the only thing missing when you combine these two kits.March 1, 2013A natural expansion of your wine making facilitiesOnce you have a few wines under your belt, you may want to branch out into fruit wine making. This kit, plus your wine starter kit, has what you need. Well packaged, good price, lets you get your feet wet before making a big investment.May 18, 2013big plusI can not say enough this kit is a must and I am on my second batch and it is doing greatMarch 4, 2014
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 4 answersDo the corks have to be a certain size?BEST ANSWER: Not sure if this will answer your question but this is what I have learned. I order wine bottles from Midwest Supplies and can only guess the bottle openings are the same size. I use to use #8 cork corks and they worked fine with a small cork plungers, I do not think the #8 cork corks would last for long term storage. I bought a double handle corker and I now use #9 synthetic corks. The #9 fits tighter but the double handle corker works wonderfully with the #9 syn. corks. The #9 syn. cork fits tighter and will now rot out so it will last longer for long term storage. I am just a guy who has learned to make wine from you tube videos and reading a lot. Its been fun and my friends love my wine. I hope what I learned with my bottling will help you decide what cork size and type you might want to go with. Happy wine making, JimWhat size are the bottles?BEST ANSWER: These are standard 750 ml wine bottles, SKU 7073 on our site. - Mike W, Midwest Supplies