Q Do manual and semi-auto bottle-fillers gauge a liquid's volume automatically? Can I set my filler to fill only 750 ml of wine and have it gauge that amount without me having to eye-ball the level?
A Our semi-automatic units will fill to a desired level. The new redesigned automatic fill head senses the liquid level. On the deluxe units, the operator can set a delay in ...
Q What are the most popular wine bottle shapes used to bottle ice wine? Starting up a production winery here in the Great White North.
A From what I've seen, the most popular bottle style for ice wine is Bellissima.
Q Are there significant benefits to using cross-flow filtration for wine?
A There are a number of good business reasons for moving to Cross Flow filtration, they are as follows; - Highest yield of product in filtration. Other types tend to absorb, ...
Q Are most wine bottle shapes/colors available in both cork and screwcap styles, or is cork style much more prevalent?
A For standard moulds, both cork and screw cap finishes are available. For lower volume or special moulds, cork is much more prevalent.
Q What are some of the diffs between agglomerated and colmated corks?
A Agglomerated corks are corks made from the granulated by-products of natural cork production. They're more economical alternatives to using natural cork. They're bound together using pressurization and adhesive agents, you ...
Q I'm trying to filter about 1200 Liters of wine per hour. I'm trying to pick a filtration system and tech that would work best. Thoughts?
A We would recommend using a Lenticular filter. But many are comfortable with plate filters and these have been used for a long time in brewing.