Slide Show: Bottling Day at SE Wine Collective
The inside of SE Wine Collective on bottling day. That long white hose distributes wine from vats out to the bottling truck.
A 60-gallon barrel of Helioterra's Syrah awaits proper aging time before bottling.
Stainless steel vats filled with wine will be bottled by the end of the day.
Barell of Pinot Rose for "Mike" Wenrick of Ore Winery sits stoppered until bottling
A pallet of brand new bottles will be filled by day's end; two cement vats against the wall house Division Winemaking Co's newest wines
Division Winemaking Co's new Breton wine is hooked up to the hose for bottling.
Volunteers assist winemakers with stickering their boxes of wine.
Boxes of wine are pushed off the bottling truck into the arms of winemakers and volunteers
The bottling process takes empty bottles through a conveyor where they are filled with the current wine selection.
Wine is distributed through spigots
After corking, the bottles are prepared for final packaging.
Winery stickers are automatically attached to the bottles via a computerized machine.
Inside the tasting room at SE Wine Collective where customers can order what wines have been bottled on site.
The walls are decorated with old wine barrels and bottles
Co-owner, Kate Monroe, pours samples of her label, Division Street Co's newly bottled Breton