Why? Test to determine how barrels behave and thus optimise wine production
For whom ? Wineries with spacious barrel storage, where controlling barrel production and wine quality is essential
In a cellar, physical parameters such as temperature, moisture and variations in wood, cause each barrel to behave in its own unique way. The evaporative loss of wine from barrel to barrel will vary greatly depending
upon the physical location of each barrel in the cellar and its exposure to its immediate environment.
A tool for controlling the loss of wine ageing in barrel (225 L) – Is there a quick and easy way of finding out to what extent your barrels have filled up without opening them? What do you do when you see a headspace in a barrel?
Mounted on a silicon bung, the gauge will permanently indicate the amount of wine in a 225-litre barrel.
Quickly check the headspace in your barrels without interfering with your wine while it is maturing. At a glance, you can find out how much air there is in the barrel and the surface area for exchange between the wine and the air. You can control the headspace in your barrels according to the wine and the product target sought.