Cellar

Cellar

TECHNOLOGY AND LOW INTERVENCIONISM      

Equipped with the latest oenological technology, the Cérvoles Celler winery has a bespoke design that takes into account the size and yields of the different plots of vines so that the grapes from a single variety and specific plot are fermented separately in different tanks.

The system used to transfer the harvested grapes is particularly important, these being loaded via the bottom of the tanks to protect the fruit more effectively, among other reasons because this prevents lacerations in the grapeskins.

The winery has used different types of slow-growing oak for its assortment of barrels, specially roasted and using coopers which can supply casks that contribute to the nuances and character deemed appropriate by Cérvoles to preserve the balance and complexity of its wines; in other words, the characteristic bouquet of this company's wines.

The winery currently has 300 casks, mostly new although some are in their second or third year of use, all made from French oak.

 

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