Even this year, the Italian spring has revealed to be unpredictable and has had a very difficult beginning, which might have jeopardized the harvest outcomes in some areas: there is no question the heavy raining has raised significantly the water supplies, but it has also facilitated the insurgence of moulds.In France this 27th of April has been a very inauspicious day for Bourgogne vignerons, as the unexpected frost has damaged the sprouts in the vineyards of the region. The same situation has occurred in Italy, where the anomalous and sudden cold in spring has destroyed 500 hectares of vineyard in Abruzzo.
If on one hand Italian winegrowers raise their eyes and observe the sky, on the other hand now they are turning more and more to oenological technologies which can help them face challenging years and find a solution to the damages that Mother Nature can cause. With PERMEARE, this aid is extremely natural and respectful of the organoleptic properties of wine, because PERMEARE systems are designed to work at low pressures (and with energetic consumptions beyond compare) with software able to identify and adjust to the initial conditions of wine.
That’s why Permeare Reverse osmosis plants for must concentration is the only choice to deal with an unpromising harvest. Likewise the new filtration system for lees, PERMASTONE, can guarantee great recoveries of product, always respecting its intrinsic properties. PERMASTONE campaign of tests has already started and is going to provide the oenologists who are trying this technology, successful and surprising outcomes, especially compared to the traditional machineries used for this purpose.