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Triple Berri Bliss Red

Region: USA » New Mexico » Mimbres Valley

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Southwest Wines:
Our winery is nestled in the heart of the Mimbres Valley in Deming, located in southwest New Mexico, America's oldest wine producing region. We have continuously been rated in the top 100 largest wineries in the United States for over the past 20 years. The winery is situated on 15 acres and has a 500,000 gallon capacity. Our winery is composed of over 50 tanks, each up to 16,200 gallons in cap... Read more
Our winery is nestled in the heart of the Mimbres Valley in Deming, located in southwest New Mexico, America's oldest wine producing region. We have continuously been rated in the top 100 largest wineries in the United States for over the past 20 years. The winery is situated on 15 acres and has a 500,000 gallon capacity. Our winery is composed of over 50 tanks, each up to 16,200 gallons in capacity. Many of the tanks are equipped with computer controlled temperature jackets. An even temperature during fermentation and maturation ensure a consistently high quality product. After aging in stainless steel tanks, many red wines are matured in oak barrels to smooth out its' tannins. Each oak barrel holds approximately 60 gallons, and is composed of either American or French Oak. The wine must remain in barrel anywhere between 3 months to 2 years. and each barrel costs anywhere from $300 to $900 and last 3 to 5 years. When the wine is ready to bottle, it must be refiltered to ensure that it is sterile. If any bacteria or yeast are left in the bottle, the wine might referment if there is any sugar left in the wine, otherwise, it will turn to vinegar. Our plate filter removes all particles larger than .35 microns (1 micron is 1/1000 of a millimeter). We also use a secondary filter, a cartridge filter, to be absolutely sure that all particles have been removed. Finally, the wine is ready to be bottled! Our bottling capacity peaks at over 200,000 cases annually, and we are the only winery in the state which offers contract processing and bottling for other wineries in New Mexico, Texas and Arizona. The bottling line is made up of many different pieces of equipment. First the bottles go through a bottle rinser which pressure sprays water into the bottles to ensure they are perfectly clean. Next, the bottles are filled with wine. The wine is pumped from it's holding tank behind the bottling line into the filler, which fills the bottles with exactly the right amount of wine. Then, the bottle is conveyed to the corker, which takes each bottle, one-by-one, compresses a cork and inserts it into the bottle. Next a rinser cleans off any residue on the outside of the bottle, and then, the bottles are dried by warm air so that the labels can be applied. Finally the bottles enter our packaging machine, which places a capsule on the top of the bottle and applies pressure to tighten it to protect the cork, and automatically labels the bottles as they exit the machine. Lastly, the bottles are taken off the line and packed into cases and stacked onto pallets to be stored in our climate controlled warehouse. Read less

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