Metrics to evaluate the quality of wine


Metrics to evaluate the quality of wine


Air humidity

Exposure to UV and solar radiation

Soil temperature

Soil moisture and composition

Weather and wind

Case Study

Maintain a constant temperature

The temperature of a wine cellar must be between 10 ° C and 16 ° C. More precisely between 10 ° C and 12 ° C for white wines and between 12 ° C and 16 ° C for reds. Variations must be almost imperceptible. Increases or reductions in degrees can cause increases or reductions in the volume of wine, or a second fermentation which increases pressure inside the bottles.

Humidity monitoring in the environment

The humidity of wine cellars must be between 70% and 80%.

Too low humidity favors wine evaporation and oxidation and dries the cork stoppers. Excessive humidity, on the other hand, can cause formation of mold both on the label and cork.

Goals Achieved

Enismaro - Wineyards - Importance of IOT for a proactive approach

Importance of IOT for a proactive approach

There are many opportunities to use automated monitoring tools and sensors to collect and utilize weather, soil moisture and composition data, beyond what is understood through visual observations and note-taking. The use of sensors, automatic reporting of data collected, and driving decisions based on this critical data is incredibly beneficial.