I have a few meads in gallon jugs that I would really really like to bottle soon. I was planning on racking each onto a gallon of campden to prevent oxidation. When I went to do this last night, I found my autosiphon not up to the task. I can go and get another one relatively soon but it would be really nice to be able to bottle tonight when I have more free time. So I wanted to elicit some advice from experienced winemakers. Since I'm using the campden and all have been racked a few times and have little to no sediment in them, could I pour them as carefully as possible into the bottling bucket or am I definitely better off siphoning? I'll just wait it out if this is going to negatively affect the mead but as I said if someone who has experience with this gives me the go-ahead it would be nice for me. Thanks, folks.