- Oct 17, 2019
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Sure is! Good fans, too.Wow, I wonder how much they were fermenting in how small an area. Probably with just the door as incoming air.
I know when I went on a tour of one of the largest wineries in Missouri (Les Bourgeois Vineyards) They pointed out and were quite proud of the BIg Ass Fan (that's a trademarked name) in the fermentation area, I bet it was 6 or 8 feet diameter and could really move some air around.
Looking at that URL, it probably was even bigger than what I thought. We are dealing with two things 1) my memory (and other than big and the name). 2) standing on the ground looking up probably three stories to guess how big something is. But I see they go 8 - 24 feet in diameter.Sure is! Good fans, too.
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Also, the cantina is often a ground-level, garage-like room with a lockable barred gate across the entire opening, offering full ventilation. You can walk along those streets and easily see inside, with all of the wine-making equipment visible, and in October the aroma is heavenly.There's a reason much home winemaking in italy is done on the terace or portico. Ventilation is key, so sorry for this family.