Visit of La Mancha oenologists to LEV2050
On 30th March, several oenologists from different wineries in La Mancha came to our LEV2050 facilities. They were Pedro Cárcel (Cooperativa Xaló), Francisco Garcia Cozar (TJ), Fina Rose (Niño Jesus), Francisco (Ontalba), Rebeca (Bodegas Ibañesas), Rubén Granado (Bodegas San Dionisio), and Francisco Redondo (Vidasol Group Manager).
Along with them also came Matias Granados, Alberto Roman and Jose Ramon Ruiz from the Enológica Sánchez Migallón company. It is located in La Mancha, and acts as a distributor of our products and services.
They were joined by David Garcia Yoldi (CEO of LEV2050) and Antonio Casadamón (Commercial Director of LEV2050), who showed them our facilities, from the biomass production plant, the microvinification rooms, and the oenology department, as well as the microbiology laboratories. They also explained how we work at LEV2050: the commitment to uniqueness through the use of our own microorganisms both in the winery and in the vineyard, as well as the use of bioreactors for the growth of different microorganisms, and some other novelties.
After this presentation, they conducted a tasting of the products for wine refinement. First, they tasted M2 and M8 lysates (Non-Saccharomyces yeast lysates with differential protein and polysaccharide compositions in the cell wall). They also tasted the patented products Astribal (patented product composed of a lysate of Lactobacillus brevis lactic bacteria), Pillow (patented treatment system to avoid reductions, pre-fermentation or post-fermentation) and Pillow Non-Ethyl (deodorising filter that eliminates the dreaded ethylphenols as well as other unwanted aromas).
The following day, 31/03, we visited the Campo Viejo winery with Jose Luis Muñoz. During this visit they showed us their facilities and explained the use they make of our bioreactors and products.
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