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30 giugno 2015
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The management and monitoring of micro-oxygenation: MOXEasy

Does an ideal parameter exist to determine the dose of oxygen to be administered to each wine with micro-oxygenation? The answer is no, it does not exist simply because the ideal dose nor the ideal wine do not exist. Parsec has embarked on the path of developing a logical-mathematical model and has developed MOXEasy, available to users of Parsec micro-oxygenators, in which analytical data, the sensorial features, the characteristics of the raw material and the desired effect represent the inputs inserted into the program, which seeks out within its database the typical wine profile that presents the best affinity and provides the user with the ideal dose for the desired objective. Continua a leggere

29 novembre 2014
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Barbera and Beyond: interview with Enzo Gerbi of the Cooperative Winery Barbera dei Sei Castelli

Ever attentive to the most modern vinification and refinement techniques, in 2013 the Barbera dei Sei Castelli cellar adopted a Parsec micro-oxygenation system. Enzo Gerbi, Oenologist and Technical Director of the Cantina, speaks about his experience. Continua a leggere

12 febbraio 2014
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The thousand bubbles of the micro-oxygenation: diffusers and microbubbles in the distribution of oxygen

The diffusers utilised in micro-oxygenation are of a varying nature and quality, differing in form, dimensions and materials. Generally (but not always, as we shall see further on), one deals with spargers being of a more or less porous ceramic material or of sintered steel.
The fundamental thing to bear in mind is that not all diffusers are the same. The dimensions of the microbubbles impact upon the velocity of ascent and the passage of the oxygen from within the wine in dissolved form. Continua a leggere

31 dicembre 2013
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Micro-oxygénation et effets œnologiques, la flexibilité grâce à la précision du matériel.

L’élevage des vins rouges repose essentiellement sur un processus d’oxydation. L’évolution (positive ou négative) de la couleur, des arômes et de l’astringence se produit sous l’effet d’un seul et unique agent : l’oxygène. Et cela, indépendamment des techniques d’oxygénation ou … Continua a leggere

30 settembre 2013
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Managing dissolved gases for the development and presentation of wines

Dissolved gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) have a significant impact on the perceived quality of the wine. The former is the only gas that’s consumed by the wine’s components (enzymatically, chemically or microbiologically), while the latter is quite soluble and … Continua a leggere

26 luglio 2013
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Maitriser les Gaz Dissous pour gérer l’évolution et la présentation organoleptique des vins

Les gaz dissous (O2 et CO2) ont un impact majeur sur la qualité et la perception organoleptique des vins. La viticulture en France est très impliquée dans le respect de l’environnement. Les nouveaux labels (cf. ci contre) témoignent de cette … Continua a leggere