THE NATURAL CRADLE OF YOUR WINE

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STONEWARE JARS FOR AGING AND WINEMAKING

With a lower porosity than terracotta, the Stonware is particulary suitable for white and delicate red wines, crystalline wine, delicacy aromas.

https://www.vinetterre.com/wine-jar-stoneware-sphero

Sphero

From 600 to 1000L

STONEWARE JARS FOR AGING AND WINEMAKING

Salt glaze stoneware

The salt glaze finishing on the outside only makes cleaning easy and does not change the porosity.

  • Uprightness, minerality, freshness, purity
  • Delicacy and lightness
  • Respect of the varietal and quality of the fruit
  • Authenticity of aromas
  • Stainless steel valve
  • Silicon bung with or without hole
  • Stainless steel pallet

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The story of Eclipse

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interview with the owners of Eclipse L.L.C., a winery from Tbilisi in Georgia, who became customers of Artenova in 2020

Why did you choose to use Jars made by Artenova?

“The decision to order specifically from Impruneta stems from a variety of factors, it is no secret that getting ceramic jars made domestically in Georgia would have been a lot easier both logistically and financially; yet here at Eclipse we take on a quality first approach. We believe that Georgian grape varieties as well as European grapes grown in Georgia will be able to compete with the main wine producers in Europe due to our rich history of wine making and thousands of soil types available for our usage. We use Bucher-Vaslin equipment in our processes, Limousin oak barrels for our barrel wine and Impruneta qvevri jars as a belief that quality is not to be sacrificed”.

Concrete helps to understand terroirs

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One of his first steps was to replace stainless steel and wood fermentors with large, tulip-shaped concrete vats for all three wines, which are fermented with wild yeasts.

“With two years of aging in barrel,” says Ruini, “I don’t want to add more wood. Concrete is neutral. Steel has a reducing effect on wine—it’s not the best.”

Qvevri from Eastern Georgia

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Qvevri differ in their clay, which is always sourced locally. Remi’s clay comes from the Shuamta mountains, about 20 minutes away from his home. It is a dense clay with high lime content. He explained that lime is good because it is an antiseptic and has natural cleansing properties. The primary element to avoid in qvevri making is iron, which can impart bad flavors to wine.

http://christycanterbury.com/2014/09/08/the-near-lost-art-of-the-qveri-and-its-wines/

concrete qvevri shape vats in to Bodegas La Aurora

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Welcome to Bodegas La Aurora.

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