Humidification - keeping more of the angels' share in the barrel

Howard, Cathy
November 2012
Wine & Viticulture Journal;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p43
The article offers tips for wine makers on how to minimize wine making costs and loss of wine volume. It states that wine makers usually lose wine through routine operations such as transfers, filtration and bottling. Another is through evaporation during storage in oak barrels, also referred as "the angels share."


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