Click to have a watch of Part 4 (Barreling) on the goings on behind the 2013 Oliver’s Taranga vintage.
In Part 4 Corrina takes us through the barreling process.
– Once we move through to the barreling process there is a number of things that can happen depending on the variety.
– Can be racked every few weeks to once a year depending on the variety.
– But mostly this is the wines quiet time.
– Barreling can build up oak character, oxidise the wine and can be used to age.
– Richen the tannins, bring out a floral lift. Make sure that the wine is age worthy.
If you missed the Part 3 section on Fermentation CLICK HERE to have a look.
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Stay tuned for Part 5 – Bottling