stave wood


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Noun1.stave wood - large tree of Australasia
angiospermous tree, flowering tree - any tree having seeds and ovules contained in the ovary
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One tree produces enough stave wood for a little less than one barrel, and one hectare produces no more than 10 barrels every 100 years.
One winery in Napa Valley, however, isn't just customizing barrels to its needs but controls the entire cooperage process from stave wood to toasting.
Stave wood for barrel production was selected after 30 months of natural seasoning at the Vicard Cooperage woodlot in Cognac.
That trend appears to be stabilizing, as wine barrel companies say the increases in prices for stave wood have moderated.
The days of raw-cut oak chips and discarded stave wood are long gone.
While acknowledging that he's still getting to know some of the trends that dictate barrel fashion, Zandvliet did say the intense demand for American oak stave wood for Bourbon barrels is still driving up prices and may cause some winemakers to rethink their barrel programs.
The winery purchased a 50% stake in the company in 2000, and recently acquired the remainder to ensure production standards and a secure supply of aged stave wood.
He said he thinks the cold Minnesota winters and soils of the region create oak trees with exceptionally tight growth rings that yield stave wood of high quality.
He said both coopers buy and separate stave wood just for Patz & Hall.
Italian cooper Garbellotto won a technological innovation award for its specific near-infrared technology that measures with a non-destructive method the lactones, vanillin and polyphenol content of barrel stave wood.
Caption: Coopers reported a price increase of 1%-5% this year, partly because of the ever-increasing cost of raw materials like this stave wood piled at a seasoning yard in France.
Whereas it was common to offer French oak with American heads or a 50-50 mix on stave wood, Roberts says he can provide a blend of different American oaks or of French oak from different forests.