Pairing more than 100 years of experience in the design of oenological products with renowned expertise in oenology contributes to the guaranteed success of wine producers worldwide who have chosen MARTIN VIALATTE’s oenological products.
Creation of the SOFRALAB-MARTIN VIALATTE® company by Mr Martin and Mr Vialatte.
Creation of a research and analysis laboratory, which has been part of the company’s DNA for over 90 years.
Study and research on oenology.
Technical assistance for wine producers and businesses.
Introduction of membrane filtration. Study of tartaric stabilisation: creation and manufacture of metatartaric acid index V40 in the Paris workshops.
BAKTOL®: Development of a vast range of potassium bisulphite solutions to adapt to a more rational use of the grape harvest up until the bottling stage.
Fish glue and egg gelatine (ALBUMINOCOL®): study on the origins and selection of raw materials.
Launch of the first gum arabic of Seyal and Verek origin.
GELISOL®: pioneer in the development of a specific fining range (gelatine).
In-depth study of bentonites from forty deposits in order to select a range of 5 bentonites. Launch of the first 2 bentonites in the ELECTRA® et GRANULA®range. Then, a very pure and highly activated calcium bentonite, MIRACOL, recognised for enabling lower bentonite doses while respecting the characteristics of the wine’s profile.
Work on oenological tannins, creation of TANIXEL® chestnut tannins and the VITANIL® range.
Development of yeast ranges in collaboration with French research institutes (IFV, SICAREX) in all French terroirs, to ensure the continued biodiversity of French grape varieties.
Started working on plant proteins. Pea proteins are chosen by MARTIN VIALATTE® and are the first plant-based alternative to animal glue in oenology.
Work on the selection of raw material and production of a grape skin tannin: TANIRAISIN
Launch of EFFERBAKTOL, for sulphiting during all stages of winemaking.
Research and trials on tannins and extraction enzymes in winemaking, in partnership with the Gironde Chamber of Agriculture.
Started working on Carboxymethylcellulose (CMC), a cellulose derived from wood, for the tartaric stabilisation of white wines.
Launch of the PROVGREEN® range, the first range of products based on pea proteins.
Validation of plant proteins by the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) and by the European Union.
Selection and launch programme of the VIALATTE® FERM range, a new generation of yeasts for the 90th anniversary of the MARTIN VIALATTE® company.
Launch of the CRISTAB® GC (CMC) range.
Awarded the INTERVITIS prize for the MARTIN VIALATTE® “Allergen Free” products.
NEO® range, protection of the aromatic potential of wines.
KTS® range, elimination of undesirable microorganisms and molecules.
ORIGIN® range, protection of wines against the negative effects of heavy metals.
KTS® FLOT – Launch of the first 100% vegetable alternative to gelatin.
ANTARTIKA® range – New generation of tartaric stabilisers based on a new biopolymer authorised by the OIV and a plant-based polysaccharide.
New product in the KTS® range, KTS® FA is a biocontrol agent of plant origin that regulates the microbial diversity of musts.
Launch of OENOTERRIS® and its reasoned agro-oenology programs.
In a few numbers
A century of expertise! We have been by your side for a 100 years, ensuring that we continue to live up to consumers’ expectations of oenology and evolve with the times.
Presence in more than 45 countries around the world.
MARTIN VIALATTE® works with a vast network of distributors across France and worldwide.
Established 15 years ago, the experimental cellar has become a cornerstone of the Innovation-Research-Development department. More than 1000 samples are analysed in August/September/October.
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