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Default Fermenting/Bulk Aging Wine in a Corny Keg?

I was thinking of splitting a six gallon kit between two kegs. Assuming I pay proper attention to purging and do closed system transfers, does anybody know of a reason not to use a corny throughout the process? Everywhere I read about secondary fermentation, people are stressing minimized head space. Thoughts and opinions?


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