Originally Posted by Dawgluver
Hmm. Maybe our winemaker Steve Kroll would have an idea.
Unfortunately, I don't. You can use a fruit press, which will remove the skins and the seeds, but all you are left with then is juice. If you're looking to keep the skins but not the seeds, the only way I know to do that is to start with a seedless grape variety.
I'm not much help, I'm afraid.