OakyVin AH oak chips 300g
OakyVin® AH A = American oak (Quercus alba) H = strong roast
OakyVin® AM A = American oak (Quercus alba) M = medium roast
OakyVin® FH F = French oak (Quercus robur) H = strong roast
OakyVin® FM F = French oak (Quercus robur) M = medium roast
The effect of oak chips on the organoleptic properties of wines is indisputable. In wood barrels or other
the difference between wines stored in oak barrels or in other containers is striking. Oak barrel ageing has a positive effect on the flavour and
and aroma of the oak is enhanced. Depending on the ageing time, the greater contact surface with oak will enhance the
pleasant wood flavour. Slow ageing in barrique is a sophisticated technique that experience has shown to produce excellent wines.
quality from good wine. Slow, balanced barrique ageing will always have an important place in winemaking.
techniques in wine making.
Similar effects can be achieved through the targeted use of oak chips. In many countries of the new world, the
for decades now, it has been generally accepted in many parts of the world to use oak chips to aid and accelerate the ageing process of wines and to
world of flavour. There are a wide variety of methods for using oak chips, which are ultimately used in all
wine makers must choose according to the wine they wish to make. Above all, it is recommended to use small quantities of
to test on a small quantity of wine in order to determine the origin of the chips, the degree of roasting, the quantity to be added, the
contact time and contact with air.
Use of OakyVin®-Chips
- improving the organoleptic characteristics of wines
- improving the tannin structure of wines
- colour stabilisation
- displaying vanilla and smoky/smoky aroma notes
- masking bitter and "green" polyphenols
- enhancing barrique flavour
OakyVin® oak tips similar to barrique can be used for both white and red wines, white wines
recommended for Burgundy varieties for white wines. For other grape varieties, winemakers already have a lot of experience
have a lot of experience. For red wine, it can be used for virtually all varieties.
Dosage of oak chips for wine in the ageing process:
OakyVin®-Chips can be added to wine at any time. Depending on the type of wine, the type of chips and the amount of dosage
The contact time can vary from a few days to several weeks, depending on the type of chips and the amount of chips added. The development of the treated wine should be monitored by constant tasting
to determine when the chips should be removed.
The quantity of chips used may vary between 50 and 300 g/100 l, depending on the intensity of the flavour to be obtained, the
contact time of 5-30 days.
To attenuate the increased wood and char marks, contact with air is recommended. Therefore, depending on the type of wine and
depending on the type of wine and contact time. Open (in the presence of air) or circular decanting
helps to round off and harmonise the aromas of the roast and the tannins.
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