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What is the best juice extractor for grapes?

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The best juice extractor for grapes is a fruit or wine press. It easily filters out seeds, stems and pulp. Using juicers that grind up whole grapes and seeds results in juice that is too astringent. Home juicers are only recommended for seedless grapes.

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A wine press can be used to make superior juice because users control the pressure and eliminate cracked grape seeds that release tannins into the juice, causing unpleasant vegetable-like flavors. Very small wine presses are available for those who only want to juice a few grapes at a time. For those who juice a lot of grapes for jelly and jam, a larger fruit press may be more practical.

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