Step 2: Enter your vessels into the system

Every juice/wine lot created in InnoVint can be filled into vessels. These vessels are tracked in your lot details page and in the Vessel Explorer.

 

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To begin, go to the navigation bar on the left side of the page. Click on the vessels icon and then +Add Vessels in the top right.

Adding tanks, bins, drums, kegs, and carboys

Start by entering in your tanks and any other type of vessel you track - stainless drums, bins, kegs, and carboys, with the exception of oak barrels.

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  1. Click on the icon for the type of vessel you'd like to add.
  2. In the Vessel Codes bar, type in the code for each vessel separated by a comma or a space. Accepted characters include A-Z (all capital letters), 0-9, dash (-), and underscore (_).
  3. Next, type in the capacity for that particular group of vessels.
  4. Finally, add any relevant tags, then click on in the bottom right corner.

TIP: If you have your vessels in a spreadsheet, you can also copy and paste the vessel codes into the text field (limit 100 at a time.)

If you have activated our Owner-based permissions system, you will have the option to choose one or more owners to view and access the vessel details. Dependent on how your facility operates, you can also choose to make vessels global (everyone can view and access) or set no owner (only Admins can view and access). To apply one or more owner tags you will first need to set up your owner permissions and add owners to your account. Of course, you can always come back and add owner tags later.

 

Adding barrels

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  1. From the Add Vessel page, click on the barrel icon.
  2. In the Vessel Codes bar, type in the code for each vessel separated by a comma or a space. Accepted characters include A-Z (all capital letters), 0-9, dash (-), and underscore (_).
  3. Next, type in the capacity for your group of barrels.
  4. Select the Year First Used from the drop down list (required)
  5. The remaining attributes are all optional. You can leave all or some of them as N/A.
    • Barrel style includes Burgundy and Bordeaux options, as well as Puncheon and other sizes and styles
    • Wood/Forest does include wood origin headers of N/A, French oak, American oak, European oak, CBY, Hungarian oak, and French oak/Acacia. Both wood and forest are individual filters in the Vessel Explorer.  Screen_Shot_2021-05-25_at_1_05_30_PM
    • If you have additional barrel details to track, we recommend adding these as tags. 
    • Is there an attribute missing that you need from the drop downs? Reach out and let us know by clicking on 'Submit a Request' in the top right corner of any page in the Support Center or by emailing support@innovint.us.
  6. Finally, add any relevant tags, then click on in the bottom right corner.

TIP: If you have your barrels in a spreadsheet, you can also copy and paste the barrel codes into the text field (limit 100 at a time.)

TIP: If you are short on time to add all your barrel attributes, you can start with just the cooper and then come back and either individually or bulk update the remaining attributes. 

Adding tirage bins 

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  1. From the Add Vessel page, click on the tirage bin icon.
  2. In the Vessel Codes bar, type in the code for each vessel separated by a comma or a space. Accepted characters include A-Z (all capital letters), 0-9, dash (-), and underscore (_).
  3. Next, select the bottle type that will be used for that particular group of tirage bins.
  4. Then, type in the capacity (# of bottles) for that particular group of vessels.
  5. Finally, add any relevant tags, then click on in the bottom right corner.

TIP: If you have your vessels in a spreadsheet, you can also copy and paste the vessel codes into the text field (limit 100 at a time.)

If you have activated our Owner-based permissions system, you will have the option to choose one or more owners to view and access the vessel details. Dependent on how your facility operates, you can also choose to make vessels global (everyone can view and access) or set no owner (only Admins can view and access). To apply one or more owner tags you will first need to set up your owner permissions and add owners to your account. Of course, you can always come back and add owner tags later.

Up Next! Step 3: Enter your current wine lots