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