A great video featuring Phil Sedgman maker of the Magnums explaining it’s finer points.
This large ceramic egg is perhaps the largest living vessel in the world and is designed specifically for wine fermentation. The egg shape naturally encourages liquids to move in the lemniscate, or figure of eight, promoting continuous passive convection within, allowing developing wine to move and breathe inside, without stirring. The Magnum 675 is based on a design by Viktor Schauberger, naturalist, philosopher and visionary inventor, whose maxim was to “comprehend and copy nature.” Phil Sedgman, CEO of Living Water Flowforms, introduces this egg technology from his workshop in Byron Bay, Australia.
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