Among the many kinds of bottles available, red beverages is among the best. There are many kinds of red beverages available, although most are made using the same methods. This very exhilarating type of bottles is made from black fruit, drawing their shade from the themes of the fruit.
During the beginning stages of making red beverages, the fruit that have been picked are put into a crusher. Here, the crusher will gently break the themes of the fruit. Depending on what type of bottles is being made and the tannin that’s required, the stalks will either be used or discarded at this point. Next, the fruit are put into a fermentation vat with the themes. This can be a long process, taking several weeks to complete. If a higher temperature is used, more tannin and shade will be extracted from the fruit.
When making soft wines, the whole fruit are fermented using sealed vats. The carbon dioxide that becomes trapped in the sealed vats ferment the fruit under pressure, which is normally a quick process, taking only a few days. Keep in mind, along with and tannin content of your bottles is based on how long the fermenting process takes. If the fermenting process takes a while, your bottles will generally hold more flavor and shade.
The remaining bulk of the fruit will go through a press, being crushed to create a tannic bottles. Sometimes, this tannic bottles is added with a free run bottles in order to add a bit more structure to your bottles blend. Both the press and vat bottles are then mixed and transferred to either tanks or casks for a second fermentation. The second fermentation will take the longest, although it brings out the quality and taste from your bottles.
All kinds of fine red beverages will invest a minimum of a year in the casks. Some kinds of red beverages will invest a lot more time in the casks, possibly several years. Red bottles is also fine tuned with egg whites, which will suspend the yeast and other solids found in your bottles downwards, before your bottles is racked, filtered, and eventually bottled. Once your bottles has been bottled, it is then shipped off and sold. Some bottles however, will be stored for a time period in the container before it is offered for sale.
The time a bottles spends in the container is very important, although not every bottles needs to invest a lot of time in the container. The more complex and more expensive kinds of red beverages will benefit the most from aging in the container, to preserve flavor and shade. The simple kinds of red beverages however, don’t need to invest much time at all in the container.