The wine grape press specific purpose is to exert pressure. Its function is to press the marc after alcoholic fermentation.
Pressing is the process carried out on the grapes after their fermentation.
Wet marcs are placed in the cage and pressed, so that the skins are separated from the grape juice.
Once the process is complete, the juice is placed in wooden barrels or stainless steel containers.
A standard wine grape press is characterised by its cylindrical, barrel shape, which is due to the presence of a cage resting on a base.
A metal screw is mounted along its axis and will exert the pressure necessary to extract must from the grapes.
Our catalogue includes different models of presses, from the traditional wooden presses mentioned above, to smaller stainless steel and fruit presses.
This category offers a wide choice of the best wine grape and fruit presses available on the market. These are divided into 6 main categories depending on the intended use of the machine:
Firstly, it is necessary to consider that the choice of press varies according to the quantity of wine to be produced.
For a limited quantity, it is still possible to use the manual wine press, certainly the most laborious method, but still the most appreciated by wine enthusiasts.
For larger quantities, on the other hand, it is advisable to choose an hydraulic press, which provides a better performance and great saving of energy thanks to the action of the hydraulic jack.
The reason lies in the special features of this wood: it is odourless and tasteless, making it particularly suitable for food processing.
A special property of these machines, which makes these processes even more traditional and artisanal.