Delivery time approx. 8 working days
- Order number: 1168.3
We produce the chestnut barrels by ourselves under our own brand Eder - FassStolz®. Our chestnuts - one of the most valuable chestnut stews in Germany come from the region of Wasgau / Trifels.
Chestnut wood was already used in the 18th century for the storage of wines. It is characterized by a fine natural sweetness, pronounces the fruit body of the wine and controls little tannin to the wine. In the distillate sector chestnut wood is now particularly popular for apple distillates but also cherrybrandy and "harder" brandies such as Korn.
The barrels are toasted inside (over chestnut wood fire) and left outside raw. The bung stave is made of oak to ensure stability.
Please note, the content indicated for wooden casks do not correspond with net capacity. The capacity can be higher or even less. Balances are not reason for reclamations.
|Volume||Length cm||Belly Ø cm||Head Ø cm|
The bung stave is made of oak to ensure stability.
Please note that the chestnut wood will release its aromas to the beverage stored in the barrel after a short time. If you do not want any change in the taste, we recommend ornamental barrels or barrels with inner stainless steel bubble.
|Liter:||28 l, 56 l, 112 l|