Wooden Wine Press Fruit Crusher Traditional Fruit Juice Press 50 Liter 13 Gallons
These solid oak spindle wine, fruit press represents fantastic value. Top quality press have a beautiful oak base, an oak cage bound with steel rings and a steel spindle.
The juice runs out between the wooden slats in the basket, into the base and out of the pour spout located on the base. The motion gives great leverage to maximize juice yield. This easy-to-use fruit & wine press enables you to press your own juices for wine and cider effortlessly! It is great for grapes, apples and more. It features easy one-person operation and combines the best of modern technology and old world tradition.
The oak wood cask eliminates the need for maintenance while the cast iron hardware resists rusting. A heavy duty cast iron screw rod with 2 handles, allows the user to stand over the cask, using the center of gravity for added pressure to extract more juice.
The solid oak basket sits on top of a steel base with pouring spout.
NOTE: First 2 photos are exact photos of 13 Gallon wine press. The rest of the pictures are taken with smaller model just to show the style of the presses.
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Durable Oak Wood Basket
Cast Iron handle
Model 50 Liter:
Capacity: 50 L - 13.2 US Gallon
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Because you will buy only traditional products with over centuries of tradition.
You will buy only unique products and their genuineness is passed on from generation to generation.
Bring tradition to your home with quality products from the land of wooden ware and see the quality of the products with your own eyes.
The story about European masterswho create this wood ware with passion
Wood ware is the oldest, the largest and very unique home craft from Slovenia in Europe. Just two hours from Venice and three hours from Vienna. A perfect location for designing and producing wooden products.
The beginnings of wooden ware go back to the 6th century when it was already adopted by the original inhabitants in the area. In the 15th century, more accurately in 1492 the Austrian emperor, Friedrich III, awarded them the right to trade their product freely.
The people living in the Ribnica region took advantage of the right for free trade and this is where the "Ribnica product" label, known throughout Slovenia and in most of Europe, comes from.
People living in Ribnica are aware of the fascinating life cycle of wood and that is why they treat it with respect. As a result, only wood from geographically certified areas is used and where reforestation is conducted according to the local regulations