Very rarely a frozen wine grape pail will be imploded during the transportation process. This is largely due to thawing time, ship time, or sometimes the shipper handling. The pail may appear to be dented partially. Almost always there is no issue with the frozen grapes must inside. The lids are sealed in FDA compliant containers and should not have any air penetrating them until you open them. However, see below if you notice an issue:
What to do if your pail is dented?
Never leave frozen pails upside down. Always have them with the lid on top. Pails that appear swollen, cracked, or leaking gas are probably not usable. Once you receive shipments, you should immediately inspect the packaging and note the condition with the shipper or delivery person. It is extremely important that you notify Grapesforwine.com about the condition of the package as well as notify the shipping company (i.e. UPS, FedEx, DHL, etc.) this is to protect your order and for a timely claims process should one be required.
The pails can also be used as a wine must crushing tub, but not if there is any physical damage to it causing the product to leak or having been exposed early to the elements prior to the lid being removed.
- Lots and lots of wine grapes (preferably our frozen wine must pails)
- Granulated sugar
- Filtered water
- Wine yeast kit
Our customers come from all over looking for wine grape juice for sale in states like Washington, California, Oregon, and all the way to the midwest, states like Texas, Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island. Don’t let the weather and lack of vineyards around you discourage you. We can ship machine picked, hand-picked and also frozen in any quantity you would like.