These wine fermentation tanks vary in their degree of conicity, which ranges from 7% to 11%. They are thermally inert and so favour long, gentle fermentation during the wine making process.
Moreover, the wine is subjected to the micro-oxygenation dues to the concrete wine tank. This process offers to develop the tannins of the wine.
The design of the low round and oblong conical tanks made by Nomblot is modelled on traditional wooden vats but with modifications adapted to the needs of modern wine-makers. Due to the avoidance of oaky taste, the concrete wine fermentation tank is an alternative to wooden barrels.
These designs have also been made for the Screaming Eagle, Dana Estate, and Harlan domains.
The low-conical tapered tank is a wine-making tank model particularly appreciated for the production of red wine. This wine fermentation tank is ideal for controlling temperatures during manufacturing. Its thermal inertia is a real asset in this process.
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