Wine Equipment Articles

  • Winemaking - A Must Read

    BackgroundThe art and science of winemaking have been around for thousands of years. Winemakers rely on their instincts, palettes, and a thorough knowledge of the nuances involved in every stage of the winemaking process as they strive to achieve the flavors and qualities that they desire.Even a cursory overview of certain elements of the process underscores the critical role played by ...

  • Food & Beverage

    Sweetener Membrane filtration and continuous ion exchange technology: reform sweetener production process. Wine Crossflow membrane filtration for wine clarification solution is an ideal way for wineries. Fruit And Vegetable Juice Improving quality and cutting down costs by membrane filtration are your wise choice. Dairy Producing quality dairy products with ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • What does it take to upgrade a centuries-old winemaking tradition to get 20% more yield? - Case Study

    Some longstanding family businesses may get stuck in the past, but this centuries-old Italian winery was looking for an innovative approach which would replace their traditional vacuum filter and give them a competitive edge. The challenge was to find a wine filtration solution to increase yield, reduce production costs and minimize or eliminate the need for filter aids. It also needed to have a ...

  • The Role of CO₂ Measurement in Wine Production

    Fermentation, the chemical process that uses yeast to convert sugars to ethanol, is at the heart of the wine production process and requires accurate CO₂ measurement to ensure quality wines.Temperatures and conditions in wineries are very carefully controlled to ensure that fermentation does not occur too fast, distorting the flavour and alcohol content of the wine. The type of yeast used for a ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Dynamic crossflow filtration for wine at TOSO S.P.A., Italy - Case Study

    Profitability meets efficiency When it comes to clarification of wine, the overall challenge independent of the business size is always the same: to profitably filter and recover wine, with easy handling and minimal need of maintenance. The challenge: A step forward in cost efficiency and yield recovery Toso s.p.a. is a ...

  • Agrivi Wine Management Module

    Throughout the world, grapevine growers are preparing for harvesting. Finished farm operations like pest and disease protection, pinching off leaves near grape clusters, and row maintenance, farmers need to manage on the highest level to have a profitable harvest and quality grapes. Agrivi for Vineyard Farmers Managing a successful vineyard is not easy. Therefore, farmers often ...


    By Agrivi Ltd

  • Higher grape yield, lower costs and better wine - Case Study

    Company: Summerhill Road Vineyard Location: Bungendore, Australia Product: Agrilaser Autonomic Reason: Grape damage due to birds In use since: March 2016 Situation before The Summerhill Road vineyard, located within the Canberra Wine District of Australia, grows grapes for the ...


    By Bird Control Group

  • Xylem helps Italian Winery toast success

    A case study on the Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine Winery, Verona Italian wine is enjoyed by many all over the world. However, to grow the best grapes, develop the best flavour and ensure success on a global scale, a seamless production process needs to be in place behind the scenes. The family-run Pasqua Winery in Verona, Northern Italy, has been making wine for over ...


    By LOWARA - a Xylem brand

  • Winery Wastewater Treatment

    Atlas Seis is a company with 22 years of experience acting in the fields of Energy and Environment. We have qualified and expert technicians in different fields, equipped with the tools and knowledge necessary to propose the best solutions to our customers. Hereby, we present you the bioaugmentation technology and our biological product biodigestor. The wine industry is a seasonal activity, which ...

  • Innovation of the Month: Food Fermentation for Biopreservation

    Although the word “bacteria” is usually associated with sickness and disease, it is the driving force behind fermentation, a food process on which humans have relied for millennia. Some of the earliest recorded instances of fermentation come from East Asia where, according to William Shurtleff, founder of the ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Winery wastewater becomes fruit of their labor

    "Conserve water, drink wine," quips a common bumper sticker. If only that were true. Making a gallon of California wine, by various estimates, requires anywhere from a few dozen gallons of water to a few hundred. Most of that water goes toward irrigation. But some goes to the winery itself and comes out as waste. On average, wineries create 6 gallons of wastewater for every gallon of wine, ...


    By BioMicrobics, Inc.

  • The air is sweeter at winery - Case Study

    The angle of operation can be adjusted for the shallow ponds Problem 'Crush' season was a challenge for this California vineyard, creating severe wastewater treatment problems. Biological oxygen demand (BOD) loadings peaked at excessive amounts. Without effective treatment, the odor from the wastewater could be conservatively described as 'objectionable'. But, finding effective ...

  • Catching up in the global wine industry: innovation systems, cluster knowledge networks and firm-level capabilities in Italy and Chile

    This paper is about technological learning in wine producing clusters in Italy and Chile. It raises questions about policy measures to strengthen knowledge-centred interactions in cluster innovation systems. It shows that strong intra-cluster networks cannot be assumed to exist simply because firms share geographically bounded locations. Instead, networks are shaped by the firms' knowledge ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The wine industry: persistence of tacit knowledge or increased codification? Some implications for catching-up countries

    The wine industry has changed considerably in the past 20 years. While new market opportunities increased the trade of wine worldwide, scientific and technical changes have produced an improvement in the quality of wine. Increased codification of knowledge has allowed the newly producing countries to compete in the international markets and to close the technological gap with more advanced ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Technological and economic dynamics of the world wine industry: an introduction

    Wine has become a serious growth industry in a number of New World and developing countries. As a product, wine has been around for many millennia, but is nonetheless changing fast in technological and economic terms. This paper introduces trends in wine output and trade, in the dynamics of knowledge creation and wine technology, and in industrial organisation. The paper argues not only that this ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The role of research in wine: the emergence of a regional research area in an Italian wine production system

    In recent years, the wine industry has undergone a radical technological modernisation in which scientific research has become extremely prominent. Focusing on a Italian regional research system related to wine, we provide a detailed account of the structural features of the research and extension institutions. The empirical analysis is based on detailed interviews with people from research ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The awakening of the sleeping giant: export growth and technological catch-up of the Argentine wine industry

    Argentina represents the fifth world wine producer, ranking immediately after Australia, Spain, Italy and France. However, the export boom of Argentine wines is very recent, and its breadth is still limited with respect to that of other New World producers. The paper analyses the key drivers of innovation lying beneath the performance of the Argentine wine sector and the key changes occurred in ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Wine and economic development: technological and corporate change in the Australian wine industry

    The technological upgrading of existing industries is a key source of growth. An example is the Australian wine sector, which has exhibited sustained growth in its firms, output and trade. Growth rests on two technological advances mechanisation of pruning and harvesting, and new grape varieties. Upgrading required a shared strategic vision, a significant support infrastructure of research ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Rapid Measurement of Alcohol (Ethanol) in Beer and Wine Making by GC/FID

    Improvements in manufacturing processes and equipment have allowed beer and wine producers to increase both the quantity and quality of the products. In the consumer products business, it is crucial to maintain good quality control practices. The higher throughput of manufacturing plants requires faster, more sophisticated analytical techniques to do this. Classical physical and sensory tests may ...


    By Buck Scientific Inc

  • Wastewater characteristics from Greek wineries and distilleries

    ABSTRACTThe present paper deals with the characterization of wastewater generated from Greek wineries and wine distilleries. The quantity and the quality of the wastewater of a distillery depends on the type of wine (white or red), on the processes followed for the production of wine as well as on the volume of the tanks that are used. The total production of wastewater from a winery is about ...


    By IWA Publishing

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you