Vinography Images: Fermenting from the Firehose

A pumpover gushes full blast at Fitapreta Vinhos in Portugal’s Alentejo region. Says photographer and harvest intern David Sawyer, “Thoroughly inundating the cap with fresh must pumped from the bottom of the tank ensures the cap is fully saturated. Once it starts looking nice & frothy like this you know it’s good and you can move on to the next tank.”

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