Red wine tragedy


Red wine spillage

Red wine tragedy


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    1. I’ve been working in the wine and cider industry for about 10 years. Working a typical wine harvest is generally just insanity. It’s not uncommon to work 12+ hour days everyday for over two months during the harvest season. The work is physically demanding, repetitive, and small human errors (like forgetting to close or open a valve while pumping into a tank) can cause immediate loss of thousands of dollars worth of product. Wine is also an industry full of people who are very passionate about what they do. Plus you only get one chance to make wine each year. It can be a very rewarding and incredibly stressful job.

      This scenario right here, is the stuff of my nightmares.

      1. How do you know that’s what happened? It’s not as though the leak is only coming from one spot. If it were coming from a valve that wasn’t closed before removing the hose, wouldn’t it only be pouring out from where that one hose connection is?

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