You wanna cook you gotta clean. The spray bottles of your sanitizer and cleanser (I use a no-rinse) are time savers. Use my bottle tree to dry. A tray to dry smaller items. Use small 4" diameter pvc pipe sections to dry carboys upside down. And after working just a rinse with hot water to clean everything. Some sessions are quicker than others.
I use the allinonewinepump and pull my santizer thru my racking cane and all my lines as fill up the carboy about 1/4 full - and swish the carboy by hand or I prefer to use the carboy cleaner (drill type).
This whole process takes less than 2 minutes !
I then use the pressurized bottle washer at 45 psi - it santizes in 3-4 seconds per bottle - place them in a milk crate - upside down. Then carry them over to the filling station - turn right side up and start filling - carry to the corking area - then carry to the labeling area
Here is a prior post -
Last night my son and I decided to test our winemaking skills.
We did all this in 2 ½ hours !
Transferred 6 carboys
Sanitized 133 bottles using the pressurized bottle washer
Bottled and corked all 133 bottles, using the new
precision adjustable vacuum control valve with the Allinone
We bottled the following wines
Carmenere – Chilean Juice - 2016
Old Zinfandel / Syrah - Grapes from California - 2015
Malbec – Chilean Juice -2016
Frontenac - Grapes from local vineyard -2014