Just saw this myself and came here looking for details. I'm unclear on how the new kits align with the old, what the differences are, etc. The info I saw alluded to changes to ingredients, skins, juice quantity, etc.
These guys are going to blow their company up. I feel sorry for Label Peelers, cause I spend in the neighborhood of 500-700 dollars a year with them at least (and I'm small potatoes), but I really feel like I'm being insulted when I watch that clip. SMALLER KITS MEANS LESS PASTEURIZATION makes better wine. If they want to say that, then they are implicitly saying that their legacy 14L kits are better quality than the legacy 23L Eclipse. This is absolutely imbecilic. When I heard about it, I thought, well maybe they got the latest mega-million dollar Flash Detente and it's SO good that 14L can = 23L - but I'm writing that off as a fantasy I manufactured because I didn't want to believe these guys could be so stupid.
I flatly don't believe the pasteurization hype. If you want to limit the exposure to heat, you can pasteurized small quantities of juice quickly and pour them together for a big kit. Sure a small kit may require less pasteurization and as such may retain more flavor, etc. BUT, it's still a small kit with less juice that requires a lot of water be added.