SKOLNIK has a long and proud tradition of providing leading wine makers with stainless steel barrels of high quality, durability, and design.

Stainless Steel Barrels for Wine

Stainless Steel Wine Barrels & Cooperage designed by Skolnik Industries meet the special needs of wine makers in all stages of development, fermentation, maturation and storage of fine wine. Skolnik has a long and proud tradition of providing leading wine makers with stainless steel wine barrels of high quality, durability and design.

About Stainless Steel & Oak Barrels

Skolnik wine industry customers look to stainless steel cooperage to supplement their oak barrels in key stages of the wine making process: fermentation, maturation, and storage of fine wines. Stainless steel offers unique and unsurpassed qualities for preserving product integrity and purity — important considerations for why stainless is an essential tool for wine makers.

As the market leader in Stainless Steel Wine Barrels, Skolnik Industries manufactures 50 different styles in 6 different capacity options including: conventional stainless steel wine barrels, bilge style wine barrels, and crevice-free stainless steel wine barrels in 25, 55, and 80 gallon sizes.

Advantages of stainless steel

  • Versatile and adaptable to many uses
  • Ready for use after being sterilized
  • Predictable, reusable, and easy to clean
  • Cost-effective and long-lasting
  • Virtually maintenance free

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