Wood and molded iron hopper This wood and molded-iron hopper is from a wine press built and used in Philadelphia about 1890 by Karl Kinzinger, an immigrant from a wine- making region in southern Germany. In the first stage of wine-making, the juice was extracted from grapes and fed into the hopper-crusher that sat atop a "mash" barrel of wood. The grapes were probably native Concords.
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