Can I use a coffee filter to filter out the yeast in my wine?!

Question: Can I use a coffee filter to filter out the yeast in my wine!?
I also think there may be mold or something!. And do the yeast multiply!? because There is alot more "stuff" in the bottom of my jug than I put in, unless it"s the sugar I added"Www@FoodAQ@Com

Yeast multiplies when first added to fruit juice (or wort)!. The sediment at the bottom of your fermenter is dead yeast and other non-fermentable matter!.

Do not pour it through a coffee filter!! You'll end up oxidizing your batch, turning your wine into sherry!. Syphon out the wine to your next fermenter, leaving the sediment behind!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Yeah, what he said!. you have to clarify the wine by letting it sit, then siphon it off!. Don't disturb the sludge at the bottom, discard it!.

Sure, you can drink it right away, as soon as it is clear!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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