- n. Plural form of fermentation.
“Amines are indeed the product of bacterial infections that seem to happen in conjunction with malo-lactic fermentations.”
“Red wines are made with the skins … material on the skins is directly contributed to the wine (this is from where some of the yeast for “natural” fermentations comes).”
“A winery of this size—producing 180,000 bottles a year—would typically make 10 fermentations types of wines, she tells me.”
“Because there are effectively 97 winemakers/owners here, however, the Vines of Mendoza created 161 smaller fermentations in 2011 alone.”
“Some of the viticulture and winemaking techniques required; which are both time consuming and meticulous, are intimate knowledge of the vineyard by spending time with the vines and the grower throughout the seasons, hand-sorting, lees management, barrel and hand-punched down open-top fermentation using indigenous yeast, and unhurried, often delayed fermentations that don't allow for early sulfur additions.”
“We did 150 separate fermentations of pinot noir last year, which allowed us to pick when the grapes were ripe rather than when a tank was available," Adelsheim said.”
“You have to throw away a lot of foreshots, and you have to permit slow, low alcohol fermentations if what you want is good booze.”
“All our tanks have now finished both their fermentations (alcoholic and malolactic).”
“My understanding is that the specifics of fermentations of different wines in different regions is much more streamlined and are basically the same everywhere.”
“I did two tests with high temperature fermentations that were failed miserably.”
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