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Viticulture North Canterbury

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Viticulture North Canterbury

Location:
Amberley
Description:

Viticulture North Canterbury is the cultivation of grapes. In New Zealand, viticulture has been around since the 1800s and it remains to be a popular agricultural export for this country. In our modern society, wines from other countries often overshadow those that are produced in New Zealand. However, you can find a variety of tasty locally-produced wines here that will give your taste buds a unique experience that they won't forget any time soon. The quality of these wines continues to improve as local vintners continue to adopt new techniques and hone their craftsmanship skills as others have done before them. The most common type of grape grown in New Zealand is Pinot Noir which typically produces red wines with fruity aromas and tastes. Did you know that the design of your vineyard can make a huge difference when it comes to barrel fermentation? If you want to learn more about how benefit from the right Design Engineering, read on! What is barrel fermentation? Barrel fermentation is where the grape juice ferments in plastic or steel barrels with added yeast. The carbon dioxide produced by this reaction is collected and stored in large tanks. It's then filtered and stored under pressure in bottles just before it gets shipped out for sale. Barrel fermented wines are known for their fruit flavors which develop over time. Quality engineers have developed the most important quality criteria for winemaking equipment: minimal influence on product quality throughout operational life. For More Info:-https://eagleengineering.co.nz/services/
Property Type:
Real Estate
Posted:
January 7 on LOL Classifieds
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