Bulk Wine Transport in the U.S.
Today's fleets are custom-fabricated stainless rigs with improved sanitation, better temperature control, individual compartments and even satellite logistics.
by Bill Pregler
May 2008 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
In the 1960s excess wine was hauled around in hand-me-down milk tankers between large Central California wineries. Since then, shipping bulk wine has become a streamlined, state-of-the art, customized means to accommodate any level of winemaker activity, from large to small. Shipping bulk wine has become a streamlined, state-of-the-art, customized means of accommodating any level of winem...
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