Quality and Detail
We strive to offer products of the highest quality and we use high quality materials. We do not compromise on timber, time for drying and processing time.
Choice of material is a fundamental part of the process. Our selectors have an eye for detail and pick oak material with a finer structure and from slower-growing forests. Selection is made tree by tree, for the height, thickness and age of the tree are also important.
Natural drying period lasts from 24 to 36 months.
Therefore, in this case detailed sorting and patience are tantamount to quality.
Dedication and Warranty
The RUMI-MND family consists of young and ambitious coopers committed to preserving the magic of the oak tree. What they make is guaranteed by their careful craftsmanship and the dose of love they put in it.
“Do what you love, and you will never work a day in your life.”
Every single member of our family has been rigorously trained before they can call themselves a ‘cooper’. Mastery is learned but passion comes from within, this is why we rely on a team of craftsmen who have passion for making quality barrels and we do guarantee for that.
The wood has good mechanical qualities, efficient thermal isolation and adds to the wine specific colour and flavor. The material used for barrel manufacturing has straight nerves without any knots or sap-woods or splits, and fine annual rings.
The details are naturally dried 24 to 36 months.
According to the thermal processing barrels are suitable for maturing of white and red wines, brandy, cognac and whisky.
Exhibitions and certificates
Over the years, Rumi-MND has had the pleasure of participating in a number of exhibitions, many of them international. With quality, attention to detail and enjoyment of what we do, we have succeeded in establishing ourselves in the international market.
RUMI-MND is licensed to manufacturing “Barrel box” trade mark barrels.
Toasted oak chips
The oak chips represents particles derived from the residue from the products used in the production of staves used for the production of barrels. The staple (the raw material) is naturally dried in ambient conditions for a period of 24 to 36 months. In the composition of this product species called Quercus petraea or also known as “Winter Oak” is the predominant ingredient.