White wine and its flavors: Modern winemaking techniques

There are many more primary aromas in white wines than in red wines. This is why it is so important to ensure a controlled fermentation, avoiding high temperatures which, due to evaporation, can cause many aromas to escape.

Today, thanks to modern refrigeration technology, even the warmest regions of the world can produce white wine. With modern equipment, quality wine material and the right yeast, it is possible to create incredible wines with bright and intense flavours.

For young and aged wines, the Anax group offers APRO-FERM CRYO ANAX yeast, which provides increased ester and thiol formation under cold fermentation conditions.

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