On Land Tank Sea Aged is proven to taste different
Why is it so good. Others use the same grapes but it doesn't taste like sea aged. even aged out at sea doesn't taste this good.
By: Sea Aged
We have recently changed our process and filed new patents for our process. This was after proving our new process was now the best process.
We take seawater, then place the water inside tanks on land. This is at a secret location, where we place bottles of Cava, Red or White wine into tanks.
We set a temperatures on the tanks which keeps the seawater at our desired temperature, which we have found is perfect for evolving the wine. The wine becomes softer and smoother, this is due to conduction within the seawater.
As our tanks can be controlled by us for climate, we no longer need to take 6 to 12 months as in the open sea to allow the wine to evolve.
The wines taste completely different, it is almost like a "finishing off" process. Once the wine has evolved in this way it stays changed and tasting better. We now have regular customers who can smell the difference once a bottle is opened.
We decided to use on land tanks, rather than pollute the actual open sea. We didn't want to disturb the natural sea life. Plus the benefit of being able to control the light and temperature. Let alone sea pressure, as in the tanks there is no chance of seawater going into the bottles.
We have had several experts confirm what we have achieved. The process is not new to wine. Ancient Romans and Greeks also aged wine in the sea. However they never had our tanks on land to perfect the ageing and use todays technology.
We are looking for sales agents around the world for this product. They can have exclusive areas. www.seaaged.com takes you to our website with much more information.
Agents can have an area totally exclusive to them, no competitors and high incomes, while keeping clients coming back for more and more. As they are happy with the product and price.
Here is Malcom. he is tasting Cava. It is a test of smoothness and life. Ours wins hands down. We can age Red and white wines in the same way.
James Wright Sea Aged