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Updated on February 24th, 2014  |  
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Milimetric

Designed by Walrus | Country: Spain

“As men have been experiencing and gaining knowledge about the processes of wine production, they have also been increasingly incorporating technological elements, which have significantly improved the quality of the products obtained, its predictability and consistency of results. From these developments emerged what is now called Precision Viticulture.

The main objective of this project was to combine the traditional look of the wine, with the concept of precision. The paper used, and the wine’s name refers to accuracy or precision, and ten to the minus three power equals one thousandth of a meter, or what is the same, to the millimetre.”

Milimetric

Milimetric

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Designed by Walrus | Country: Spain

“As men have been experiencing and gaining knowledge about the processes of wine production, they have also been increasingly incorporating technological elements, which have significantly improved the quality of the products obtained, its predictability and consistency of results. From these developments emerged what is now called Precision Viticulture.

The main objective of this project was to combine the traditional look of the wine, with the concept of precision. The paper used, and the wine’s name refers to accuracy or precision, and ten to the minus three power equals one thousandth of a meter, or what is the same, to the millimetre.”

Milimetric

Milimetric

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