Fermentation is the step of winemaking in which our influence has the biggest impact. Every winemaker's interaction is amplified and has long-reaching consequences on the wine.
For that reason, it is important to pick the right vessel for the job. One that will work with you to achieve your artistic vision and bring out the desired flavors in wine.
There are dozens of options available on the market, each with their own character. To help you decide, we researched the 7 most popular wine fermenter types in the world.
Continue reading this article to learn their strengths, flaws, as well as their effect on the winemaking process.
You've probably heard of ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) – it's a non-profit engineering society that publishes codes and standards that enhance public safety, health, and quality of life; as well as facilitate innovation, trade, and competitiveness.
ASME BPVC is their set of safety standards for engineering and manufacture of products designed to work in high-pressure environments, such as pipes and valves.