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June 24, 2013 Santa Rosa, CA — Revolution Equipment Sales is open for business. The new company specializes in the purchase, servicing and resale of high-quality used winery and brewery production equipment. According to Revolution Equipment Sales' president, Ed Barr, “Wineries and breweries were telling us they needed a reliable partner to help them with their high-quality production equipment that no longer fit their operation. They wanted to recoup any value in the equipment so they could invest it elsewhere. Since I was also being asked if I knew of sources for reliable used equipment, it dawned on me there was a business opportunity and knew I could help.”
Traditionally available in 1 kg packs or, by special order, 5 kg, there was a need for Anchor Yeast in a smaller pack size in order to cater to the growing demand for the product from smaller wine producers. As a result, from July 2013 the following strains of Anchor Yeast will be available in a new 250-g pack size: VIN13, NT202, NT116 and NT50.
San Rafael, CA/June 17, 2013/positivePR – Wine Management Systems (WMS) and ETS Laboratories announced today that they have teamed up to further automate the winemaking process by integrating wine sample results from ETS directly into WMS’ Cloud-based Wine Production System.
The two global leaders in wine packaging, Amorim and O-I, today announced at Vinexpo the launch of HELIX, an innovative cork-glass wine packaging solution for the popular premium, fast turnaround still wine segment.
The two global leaders in wine packaging, Amorim and O-I, today announced at Vinexpo the launch of HELIX, an innovative cork-glass wine packaging solution for the popular premium, fast turnaround still wine segment.
LANXESS’ Velcorin® microbial control agent has been approved for use in water based non-alcoholic beverages and wine in Canada as of May 23, 2013. The Velcorin product is registered for use as a microbial control agent to control spoilage organisms in beverages in all major markets of the world including the United States, European Union, as well as China, and just recently in India. Velcorin microbial control agent offers unique benefits over alternatives such as hot filling, as it can significantly reduce PET consumption through cold filling, and is widely used to replace persistent preservatives such as benzoate and is beneficial in extending shelf life of chilled chain beverages.
Gusmer Enterprises, Inc., and EMD Millipore released an improved set of tools for in-house microbial plating. The EZ-Fit manifold, EZ-Stream vacuum pump and EZ-Pak Curve membrane dispenser are designed to make microbial monitoring easier and more efficient for winery lab staff. Details: gusmerenterprises.com
eWinery Solutions has created a new application for DTC winery sales called MoJoe POS. The new app is built into the native eWinery Solutions software and fully integrated with Napa Valley POS, so orders can be started on MoJoe and completed either on MoJoe or at the NVPOS station. Unlike other wine industry mobile apps currently available, which operate like ecommerce websites on a mobile device, MoJoe was designed specifically around tasting room workflows to optimize the customer experience in managing transactional and CRM requirements.
Italian cooper Garbellotto has released a new one-ton, or 264-gallon, French oak fermentor that can also be used as an aging vessel. The vat is available through The Vintner Vault in Paso Robles, Calif., and comes equipped with a stainless steel lid and forklift grooves on its base so that it can be emptied into a press. Other features include a 2” drain with ball valve and an optional “oak hat” cap immersion kit. Details: thevintnervault.com
Mettler Toledo released its EasyPlus titrator for use in the wine industry. The unit comes with a touch-screen display as well as the “iTitrate” system to set up analysis protocols with just a few parameters. The unit can be used for free and total sulfur dioxide, pH, acidity and fermentable sugar. Details: us.mt.com
HEALDSBURG, CA, June 2013 — Modern Cooperage unveiled a revolutionary new barrel technology at Dutcher Crossing Winery on May 30, 2013. The innovative barrel systems feature a stainless steel barrel with oak-stave interior. The launch featured a blind tasting of trial wines with 17 test partner winemakers.
Oenobrands released two new enzymes developed to facilitate wine clarity at high and low temperatures. Rapidase Thermoflash is designed to accelerate and optimize the clarification of red must being processed with high temperature winemaking methods. Rapidase Clear Extreme is designed to help clarify juice at very low temperatures, from grapes with poor maturity or with naturally high or complex pectic content. Details: oenobrands.com
Sensorex expanded its S8000 series of electrodes to include the S8075CD in-line pH electrode and S8075CD-ORP for oxidation reduction potential. The unit is designed to fit a standard ¾” flow through “tee” fixture. Details: sensorex.com
The Smartchem wine analyzer is now available in the North American market through Unity Scientific in Brookfield, Conn. The unit can run analysis for acetic acid, glucose and fructose, malic acid, glycerol, citric acid, lactic acid, free and total sulfur dioxide, NOPA, ammonia and polyphenols. Other features include a cooled reaction tray and 60-position sample tray. The unit has a sample throughput of between 60-80 tests per hour. Details: unityscientific.com
Walnut Creek, California, (June 6, 2013) - AgroThermal Systems has reason to be optimistic about its revolutionary Thermal Plant Treatment (TPT) process. Wine growers and universities are taking note of this technology used to increase fruit set and yields and to improve grape quality and chemistry. According to Marty Fischer, AgroThermal president and CEO, “2013 will be a huge step up in proving the numerous benefits of thermal plant treatment thanks to some very large development partners who are testing thermal technology and considering broad adoption of the technology in the years ahead.”

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