Christmas deliveries and hours: Last day to order to get your deliveries by Christmas for urban areas: North Island-Thurs 21st, South Island-Wed 20th. Rural can take severa days longer. Note these dates are aligned with delivery targets and are not guarantees.
We will be open over the Christmas break, but freight providers do not work on statutory holidays, so no deliveries will take place on statutory holidays. We may not despatch orders containing yeast immediately to avoid yeast sitting on the network over a weekend or long weekend.
We will be answering support queries over the Christmas period within the 24 hour service standard. However it may take longer than usual.
Hot weather and delivery timeframes: With this very hot weather we are experiencing we may avoid sending items containing yeast over a weekend. If relevant please include delivery instructions which avoid leaving orders including yeast sitting in the sun. Thanks for your understanding.
Merry Christmas! Thanks for your business in 2017 and here's to a wonderful 2018.
The price is for a 75cm (approximately) length. This is great for straining your wine and can be sterlised by boiling or soaking in potassium metabisulphite.
This product is sold as fit for purpose for straining wine. It may not be fit for purpose if you are buying it for another purpose.
It can be reused many times by rinsing well to get most of the pulp out, then washing with mild detergent, rinsing really well and then sterlising by soaking in potassium metabisulphite for at least 20 minutes, or some people choose to boil it.
Probably the easiest way to strain your wine using muslin is to fold it over a couple of times so there are several layers and put it inside a sterlised sieve or colander. You will find it best to leave it draining for an hour or two to get the most juice out and also to let the yeast make it's way in to the strained wine (as some of the yeast is residing in the pulp).