Studies for wineries, breweries and alcohol producers
Hello again! A few weeks ago, we talked about some of our studies. Today we bring you three more: experimental winery study, alcoholic degree performance increase and decrease study, and sulphur-free wine study.
Experimental winery study
LEV2050 offers a micro-vinification service for the creation of customised wines.
We have the capacity to carry out and control micro-vinifications in detail, making around 1.500 wines each year. We offer the possibility of experimenting in the wine creations with different variables: different technological processes, oenological products, yeasts, lactic bacteria, temperature, …
Alcoholic degree performance increase and decrease study
In these studies we analyse those yeasts and fermentation processes that make it possible to increase the alcoholic degree performance. We also carry out other reverse processes to generate alcoholic degree reductions.
These processes are biological, through the use and knowledge of different yeasts, capable of consuming more or less glucose in the respiratory phase to leave less or more fermentable sugars in fermentation phase, depending on the objective there is: increasing or decreasing the alcoholic strength (depending on the objective of the wineries, breweries and alcohol producers).
Sulphur-free wine study
At LEV2050, we have managed to incorporate the Sulphur-free wine study to our portfolio of services. It was a clear objective due to the sensitivity of the market towards the use of this compound.
Their own tanic extracts and different autochtonous lysates with oxygen-trapping, are used as antioxidants. Their objective is to eliminate or reduce the addition of sulphur in the winemaking process.
LEV2050 offers a wide variety of studies, such as the study of the client’s own yeast, the study of lactic bacteria, the study of customised nutrition, or the study of foam stability and sparkling wines nutrition.
If you would like to know more about any of these studies, do not hesitate to visit our website, where you will find more information.