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Friends and Wine Improve With Age

If you are an amateur winemaker looking for the right tools, then you are at the right place. Winemaker Products, LLC is your one-stop shop for high-quality supplies and equipment for amateur winemakers.

Introducing the Must Plunger

As the home of the Must Plunger, we believe that this tool is a game-changer for amateur winemakers. Say goodbye to the old oak stick and hello to the stainless steel Must Plunger! The Must Plunger is designed to increase the color and phenolic extraction of grapes during the fermentation process.

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Sanitary and Highly Durable

Unlike wooden punch-down tools, the must plunger is more hygienic and long-lasting. Our product is designed to resist bacteria buildup and decomposition, providing a safer and more efficient way to punch down the cap. With the must plunger, you can ensure that your winemaking process is hygienic and reliable.

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Our Mission

At Winemaker Products, we are passionate about the art of winemaking. Our mission is to help you produce delicious wine with ease and precision. We take pride in offering the latest technology and innovative products that can take your winemaking experience to the next level.

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We love to stay connected with our customers and offer them exclusive discounts and promotions. Join our mailing list to receive notifications about our latest offers and updates. If you have any questions or want to learn more about our company and products, don't hesitate to contact us today. At Winemaker Products, we are committed to providing high-quality products and exceptional customer service.

Company History

The History of Our Winemaking Tool

Our company was founded by Lee, an amateur winemaker who struggled with his wooden oak stick and disk. After a batch of wine went bad due to bacteria in the wood, Lee decided to create a more durable and sanitary tool for his craft.

Lee worked with a designer to create the first-ever must plunger and collaborated with a local machine shop to produce the prototype. Later on, he secured a patent for the Must Plunger, which became a staple tool for amateur winemakers worldwide.

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