Spinning or rotating

>> Monday, 19 October 2009

Too much wine and your head may be spinning.

Too little extraction and maybe you should use rotofermenters.

Roto-fermenters. Tsantali Vineyards & Winery, Halkidiki, Macedonia, Greece.


Greece Macedonia Tsantali Winery, stock photography samples, by Per Karlsson, BKWine.

The Tsantali Agios Pavlos winery is located in northern Greece, in Macedonia, not far from Thessaloniki in Halkidiki. Tsantali is the biggest wine producer in Greece and has vineyards across the country. The wine production is indeed large scale. The winery has a substantial park of fermentation tanks, a whole row of (relatively) modern roto-fermentaters (rotating fermentation extraction tanks), and a large underground cellar for aging the wine in barrel.

They are also a big producer of the aniseed (anis) flavoured spirit tsipouro (similar to pastis / ouzo, or grappa, if without the anis flavour). the distillery is equipped with several shining distillation pots.

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