Why we operate in this market
In a context of wide-ranging uncertainty (climate, environmental, economic) the wine and juice markets must continue to satisfy the diversity and evolving expectations of consumers across the world (price, quality, naturalness, flavor, respect for the environment, composition, etc.). They must continue to show high commercial responsiveness, protect their profitability, and remain resilient in the face of unforeseen events.
The Eurodia Group’s solutions meet these needs for operations on which these products’ sales depend…
• Tangential flow microfiltration is used to clarify, concentrate, and purify juices.
• Tartaric stabilization of wine and grape juice is essential to stop tartrate crystals forming in drinks, a natural occurrence though perceived as a sign of poor quality by professionals and consumers in many countries.
• Controlling pH is key to offering wine and juice drinkers consistently optimal hygiene quality and taste experience.
• Partial alcohol removal is acquiring ever greater importance in winemaking, at a time when climate warming is impacting vines and increasing wine’s alcohol content.