Dana Nigro: At The Wine Foundry, a nearly 30,000-case custom-crush and custom winery in Napa, general manager Steve Ryan was attracted most by GOfermentor’s potential environmental benefits and the ability to control oxygen exposure, seeing it as useful for smaller projects, blending lots and trials on new potential vineyard sources. “Honestly, we geek out a little on science,” he said, “so it’s kind of a cool thing to try.”

“My real interest is to make better quality,” said Singh, who hopes GOfermentor will help smaller winemakers get started thanks to lower costs and a system that can be quickly set up and broken down. “Maybe this will spur a whole new set of little guys making interesting wines.”

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