14 hrs isn't long
Did you proof your yeast?
Did you aerate your must?
Did you use energiser and nutrient?
Did you make a starter?
I ALWAYS rehydrate my dry yeast in a cup of lukewarm water give it a few minutes, add a cup of my must, let it acclimate for 15 minutes or so, add another cup of must, another 15 minutes and it should be bubbling nicely by now giving off a nice yeasty aroma, pitch and I've never failed to have active fermentation within a couple of hours.
I understand a lot of people don't feel all of this is necessary, but I also know that a lot of noobies get unduly stressed because they see no activity.
Reality is an illusion that occurs due to the lack of alcohol.
Give a man a beer, he'll drink for the day.Teach a man to brew, he'll be drunk the rest of his life.
I have 8 carboys, 8 cornies, 5-1 gal jugs, 200 wine bottles, 10 cases of beer bottles and a nice assortment of flip tops....My goal is to keep them at least 50% occupied