Collection: Manual Basket Press

Our manual wine basket press range has been selected to ensure our winemaking customers get the highest quality products when pressing grapes for wine. Our range of Italian made basket presses ensure you get the most out of your grapes with minimal effort.

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Our T-bar and manual ratchet presses are perfect for those who want to make their own basket press wine at home, or for small commercial operations. We have a wide variety of sizes to choose from in our basket press range, so you can find the perfect one for your needs.

When it comes to winemaking supplies and equipment from Home Make It, you'll always have someone on hand who knows the right wine making techniques and equipment for your needs.

Pressing grapes for wine made easy

Manual wine basket presses are easy to use and make sure you, the winemaker, gets the most juice from your grapes with minimal effort. Selecting from our wine basket press range is easy, our size selection enables you to press grapes for wine your way. Whether pressing grapes for wine is something you do in small batches for home use or larger batches for your business, we have a basket press that will suit your needs. Our presses are imported from Italy and made using only the best materials so you know they will last. If you're looking for an easy way to press grapes for wine our basket press range is the place to start!

Difference between a T-Bar & Ratchet basket press?

Both presses employ a wine-making style known as basket pressing. In this method, grapes are placed in an open container, called the basket and then pressure is applied to the grapes by either machine or hand squeezing. The basket pressed juice extracted from this process makes up much of the basis for many wines.

The main difference between the T-bar and the Ratchet Press is the ratchet has a locking function allowing the bar to lock into place as you press your grapes. This allows more juice to be pressed from the grapes and makes them easier to use.

Overall, both presses have their own advantages and disadvantages when used to press grapes for wine, but ultimately it comes down to personal preference when deciding between them. Both presses should be considered great options for those looking to make quality basket press wine at home.