1. Collect about half a bucket-full of grapes. These are 'Bacco', or 'Baco'; one of the varieties introduced into France from America, after the devastating 1850's European Phylloxera epidemic. They are simply 'root stock' grapes, but highly prolific and they decorate the front of our house.
2. Place the grapes in press, turn handle, and admire how easily the juice flows. This is much better than my old method of scrunching everything with my hands; this way it flows almost clear.
3. Pour into favourite glass, and consume amongst ooohs and aaahs of delight. The juice is still slightly sharp, but in about a week or so should be perfect.