Press styles can vary greatly for different wine and objectives. Here we explore some of the various presses and purposes for winery operations.
There is a small family of gasses that play an important part in the winemaking process. Gas management is particularly important and has many winemaking applications.
Many are surprised to learn that it is our brains — not the winemaker — that creates the taste of the wine we drink. Read on to find out how the brain guides the winetasting experience.
Custom Crush is the idea of making wine in a facility with equipment and resources provided by the facility management team. It is sometimes thought of as a shared space, which can have many benefits to winemakers and wineries.
As a custom crush winemaking facility, a common question we get asked is, “how do I start a wine label?” Because this is so common, we wanted to provide a brief overview of some of the factors involved in this process.
There’s no debate that consumers worldwide have become increasingly interested in knowing about how their food and beverages are made, and more importantly, what they’re really made of. Generally, the abundant existence of biogenic amines in wine is viewed as an indication of poor winemaking practices. Gravity Wine House takes measures to limit the presence of biogenic amines in our winemaking practices.