I just created my first 5 gallon batch of white wine, and it turned out pretty good. However about a month ago I reracked it with sparkolloid powder allowing the lees to settle at the bottom, but have since been having trouble separating the lees from the liquid.
After waiting for the wine to clear I poured it out for bottling, but a ton of lees got mixed in with the wine. I got rid of a lot of the lees and reracked, but unfortunately it took over two weeks before I could try again (partly because it got foggy again after I moved the carboy). This time I tried putting a coffee filter over the top of the carboy and poured it out. The problem with that is that the filter makes it very difficult for any air to get into the carboy, causing it to pour out one drip at a time.
Is there an efficient way to solve this problem?