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ENOTIMATIC: Infusion of excellence at support to the winemaker

ENOTIMATIC: what is it?

ENOTIMATIC is a new technology, efficient, economical, and practical that can improve the wine shelf -life, the stability and the organoleptic pleasantness through the fully automatized and optimized infusion of the wooden chips. With ENOTIMATIC you can fractionate the extractions from the wood (Typically: Aromatic, tannic and polysaccharidic fractions) to then select those more interesting to accomplish the targets desired.

The innovation, besides the industrialization of a process that is notoriously not standardizable, is on the possibility to separates the compounds helpful to the aging of the wine and to select only those that effectually you are interested in.

ENOTIMATIC project born in Italy from the collaboration between companies, winemakers and expert on the extraction technologies. Two years of R&D, lab and industrial trials have permitted to develop a solid, versatile and innovative technology. The innovation stands out for the modernity of the commercial proposal, studied for wineries and end users, but also for companies that provide winemaking machinery services directly to the wineries.

Watch the video to know how ENOTIMATIC works and for more information contact us through our website or directly our expert at



Published on 07/14/2020
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