Serving Wine Tank

For wineries, there are several costs to running a wine tasting room - labor, the wine, packaging and waste, just to name a few. The Paul Mueller Serving Tanks for Wine can eliminate or reduce some of those costs, making your operation more profitable and in some cases, easier to manage.

We are now adding Serving Wine Tanks to our lineup of commercial wine-making equipment in North America! The cutting edge technology used in these tanks allows them to hold high-strength bag inliners, creating a self-cooling, bag-in-tank system that can be used directly in the tasting room. 

Booting the Bottle in your Tasting Room

With the serving wine tank, you can take the wine directly from the barrel to the tank in the tasting room, eliminating the bottle, labels and corks normally used there. This can save a busy winery thousands of dollars a year in the tasting room while reducing waste in landfills. 

Cooling

Anyone who knows much about wine knows the critical importance of temperature. The whites can’t be too cold and the reds can’t be too warm – a few degree swing in either direction can mask the distinct, beautiful flavors of the wine and even cause irreparable damage. With the water-glycol cooling system running through copper coils in our double-walled tanks, you have temperature control of each tank by easily connecting a dedicated or existing chiller.

The bag-in-tank system allows independent temperature control so you can keep a mineral-driven Pinot Grigio at a cool 50 degrees while a sparkling next to it may be served at 53 degrees. And that monster Cabernet down the line? It's chilling at a perfect 58 degrees. All in one room where your customers can see them…not hidden behind a wall in a cold storage room.

The bag-in-tank system takes up less space than coolers for wine bottles or a cold room for wine kegs. By eliminating these, you have reduced energy costs, not to mention additional space for customer seating and merchandise placement.

Labor Reduction

No more bottles means a huge labor savings for your cellar person. Hours spent stocking, cooling, moving and cleaning can now be eliminated. 

Reduced Chemicals and Earth-Friendly

Even more savings could be available by eliminating the chemicals used for bottle or keg cleaning. And by using an air compressor to push liquid out of the bags, rather than CO 2   - serving tanks also save your winery from releasing harmful chemicals into the environment.

Longer Shelf Life = Less Waste

This self-cooling, bag-in-tank system results in less product handling which means fresher wine than and a longer shelf life.This saves money and increases good customer experiences while elevating your brand.

Marketing & Branding

We realize a large part of your product branding is in the bottle and the label. But in the tasting room, the branding can still be present- in staged bottles and merchandise - while you pour from the Serving Tank. Let’s not forget that so much of your consumer brand recognition lies in your flavor profiles. Those can stand on their own.
Not only are the Serving Beverage Tank beautiful in copper or stainless steel, but they can also be used as a marketing tool. We have the ability to put your logo on the tanks, right in front of our customers so there’s no doubt the product within it is yours.

Virtual Tour

Take a 360-degree virtual tour of these unique serving vessels. Get a behind the scenes look at the technology that lets you say goodbye to the old - and often expensive- way of doing things. 

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Serving WineTank

Serving Wine Tank - 500 Liter SlimLine

Serving Wine Tank - Copper 500 Liter SlimLine

Features

  • Bag-in-tank system
  • Air-pressured
  • Small footprint
  • Top-quality fixtures
  • Convenient sight glasses
  • ASME certified (30 psi)
  • Display quality finish
  • Independently temperature controlled

Piercing Units

The piercing unit of the advanced serving beer tank with bottom outlet is attached to the bottom. Available models: 250, 500, 1000, and 1500 liters.

The piercing unit of the advanced serving beer tank with front outlet is attached to the front. Available models: 500, 1000, and 1500 liters

Specifications and Sizing

Advanced Serving Beer Tank (Bottom Outlet)
  Insulated Tank Dimensions Singled-Walled Tank Dimensions 
Option Contents liters Width mm Height mm Length mm Width mm Height mm Length mm
One Tank

250

500

500

1,000

1,500

795

795

950

950

950

1,100*

1,100*

1,269*

1,260*

1,260*

1,035

1,870

1,315

2,350

3,390

725

725

880

880

880

1,030*

1,030*

1,190*

1,190*

1,190*

985

1,820

1,290

2,320

3,360

Two Tank (Aligned)

250

500

500

1,000

1,500

795

795

950

950

950

2,100*

2,100*

2,425*

2,425*

2,245*

1,035**

1,870

1,315

2,350

3,390

725

725

880

880

880

2,035*

2,035*

2,355*

2,355*

2,355*

985**

1,820

1,290

2,320

3,360

Two Tank (Offset)

250

500

500

1,000

1,500

795

795

950

950

950

1,855*

1,855*

2,175*

2,175*

2,175*

1,235**

2,070

1,615

2,650

3,690

725

725

880

880

880

1,785*

1,785*

2,105*

2,105*

2,105*

1,135**

1,970

1,590

2,620

3,660

Three Tank

250

500

500

1,000

1,500

1,935

1,935

2,255

2,255

2,255

1,590*

1,590*

1,915*

1,915*

1,915*

1,035**

1,870

1,315

2,350

3,390

1,795

1,795

2,155

2,155

2,155

1,152*

1,152*

1,800*

1,800*

1,800*

985**

1,820

1,290

2,320

3,390

*(± 20mm) height flexible by using assembling set
**Support from necessary (=360mm extra)

 

Advanced Serving Beer Tank (Front Outlet)
  Insulated Tank Dimensions  Singled-Walled Tank Dimensions
Option Contents liters Width (B) mm Height (H) mm Length (L) mm Width (B) mm Height (H) mm Length (L) mm
One Tank

500

1,000

950

950

1,065*

1,065*

1,315

2,350

880

880

1,000*

1,000*

1,290

2,320

Two Tank

500

1,000

1,500

950

950

950

1,980*

1,980*

1,980*

1,315

2,350

3,390

880

880

1,875

1,875*

1,874*

2,320*

1,290

2,320

3,360

Three Tank

500

1,000

1,500

2,225

2,225

2,225

1,690*

1,690*

1,690*

1,315

2,350

3,690

2,155

2,155

2,155

1,615*

1,615*

1,615*

1,290

2,320

3,690

*(± 20mm) height flexible by using assembling set

It is possible that some of the information in this folder may deviate from the actual specification. Consequently, no rights may be reserved with respect to the information contained.

 

Technical Specifications

Material

Stainless Steel
AISI 304 (DIN 1.4301)
Insulation * 35mm polyurethane foam
CO2/ Compressed Air Connection Nipple 3/4" BSP on front side tank
Cooling water connection* 2xnipple 3/4" NPT on front side tank
Frame

See brochure

Cooling coil pressure drop in PSI* 250 liter: 1-2
500 liter: 2-3
1,000 liter: 4-5
1,500 liter: 5-6
Max. working pressure, ASME Code Stamped 30 psig
   

*Only applicable with the insulated version.

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Financing

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