The general public’s familiarity with the shelves of their local wine shop, the wine bottle, and pleasant evenings with friends enjoying a glass of good red wine are just some of the more visible aspects of oenology and viticulture.
What you don’t usually get to see is much more profound.
Wine, let’s remember, begins in the vineyard. The decisions start with the choice of the most suitable soils and preferred grape varieties, moving on to cultivation techniques and vineyard management, harvesting methods, vinification practices, bottling, ageing and the management of sales channels.
Traducendo Ltd handles everything that happens inside and outside every glass, using quality language resources, highly experienced professional translators with WSET certificates and the most advanced technical tools to ensure high quality, reliable and sound translations.
We work with the major organisations in the sector, dealing with every technical and legal aspect of wine production, permitted oenological practices, and the products and adjuvants that can be used in winemaking. We are experts in international analysis methods for genetic, chemical and scientific laboratories involved in the certification of oenological products.
We are committed to the continuous development of winemaking techniques and the definition of vine-derived products, whether these are traditional – such as ancestral production methods – or the most innovative – such as techniques underlying dealcoholised products. We specialise in online and offline marketing techniques by preparing tasting notes, blogs and commercial communication for corporate websites and e-commerce.
But this doesn’t stop at wine. Traducendo Ltd also covers the entire world of wine products, such as brandies, vinegars, grape juices and raisins.
We serve the wine industry, making us the ideal partner for wine cellars, laboratories, wineries, producers, winemakers, traders, sommeliers, restaurants and tasters.