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Trialled and developed since 2015 in some of France’s most exacting cellars, these glass fermentation and maturation vessels have caused a sensation since they were released commercially in 2020. Wineglobes are now found in many top estates including Olivier Lamy, Louis-Benjamin Dagueneau, Arnaud Ente (a pioneer of the early trials and today a significant user), Christophe Perrot-Minot, Frédéric Savart and François Chidaine. Wineglobes have been shown to produce unique wines that are totally different to those fermented and aged in wood, concrete or steel vessels. The natural features of the fruit come to the fore in a way that is completely distinctive.
Since 2021, the globes have been made in a custom workshop in Bordeaux, and the quality of craftsmanship is second-to-none. Our first offer of 115L and 220L vessels was sent in 2022. We’d invite you to read more about Wineglobes on the website.
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