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Within the scope of our technical research and with the aim to always bring you more solutions to build your products’ profile, we are pleased to launch: SC180 XL – Single Chauffe 180 XL
This product enables to work:
- On the mouthfeel, with an increase of the structure and the volume,
- On the aromatic profile, with vanilla and pastry notes.
The specific production process developed for this product enables us to reach a high level of aromatic intensity and secures its important length. Thanks to its Single toast process, it will fit wines needing structure. Thanks to its aromatic characteristics it will be the right tool to lower the vegetal aspect and ripen the fruit.
This product is a complementary piece of the toolbox we already offer, answering even more your technical needs: SC180XL can become an important tool in your search of sweetness and aromatic intensity.
With this year’s special climatic conditions, the underripe grapes seem to have a higher tendency to show green characters.
Even if micro-oxygenation seem to have a great effect on these wines (for the under-riped green tannins), untoasted chips also helps with decreasing them.
This year, the demand for untoasted chips (BF: Bois Frais) was high, especially the smaller size which can be used during fermentation (small size for a faster extraction and pumpable capacities, without any risk for the press: BFP, Bois Frais Pumpable).
When used in fermentation it :
- stabilizes color,
- reduces vegetal characters,
- enhances fruitiness
- and builds structure and volume on the mid-palate.
Boisé France Untoasted Oak Chip
The fastest growing tool for making better wine is the Boisé France un-toasted oak chip by Vivelys, called Bois Frais Pumpable. When used in fermentation it stabilizes color, reduces vegetal characters, enhances fruitiness and builds structure and volume on the mid-palate. Whether or not the wine will be aged with barrels, tank staves, or toasted oak chips, the application of un-toasted oak chips at fermentation, or immediately after, is making better wine by preparing it for your long or short-term aging program.
“Bois Frais” is the Un-Toasted Oak of Boisé France : Our untoasted wood conserves all the characteristics of its botanical and geographical origin and of its seasoning. The various steps in batch selection are determining factors in the production process, and ensure that quality is both homogeneous and of an excellent standard.