The vertical ovoid tank takes advantage of the micro-oxygenation that is made possible by the clay-cement material. In this giant “egg”, the lees are continuously forced upward by an internal current resembling a vortex.
This vinification tank does not require any stirring or stirring due to its ovoid shape, which makes it a major asset during winemaking.
This wine-making tank with an atypical shape, inspired by Roman dolias, is one of the latest trendy tank models on the market.
In addition to having specific properties for winemaking, the ovoid wine tank will add real cachet to your cellar.
|MC 7||7.1||With stainless steel valve||1,20||1,75||1,26|
|MC 17||17.3||With stainless steel-door cuvais||1,57||2,21||2,7|
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