Concrete wine tanks

Do you know why the concrete tanks from Sonoma by SAS are different?

Double-layer structure

The double-layer structure of our concrete tanks for wine guarantees the quality and durability of our models.

Full customization

You can customize your tank according to the needs of your winery.
Check the different options of each wine tank here.

What makes our concrete tanks so unique?

Our unique manufacturing process, customization and our attention to detail.

Our line of tanks for wine is inspired by the Roman Amphorae, redesigned and updated. They are tanks that reflect the spirit that has characterized SAS products for over a hundred years and Sonoma Cast Stone for more than twenty years.

Concrete wine tanks with details that make the difference

We manufacture our tanks with a smooth interior and exterior surface, perfect for easy cleaning and to help minimize maintenance time and effort.

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Total customization of your wine tanks for maximum comfort

All of our tank models allow you to customize the accessories, supports and colours. It is even possible to include the winery’s logo in the tanks.

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Tanks with a unique manufacturing process

The wine tanks from Sonoma by SAS have a double layer that helps oxygenate the wine and, in turn, protects its exterior. In the external layer, we include the colour in mass, which ensures that our clients do not have to paint their concrete tanks from time to time.

Assured micro-oxygenation
Thanks to its porosity, it is often said that concrete “breathes”. This characteristic of our tanks gives the wine better organoleptic attributes.
In ageing, the concrete allows the wines to be micro-oxygenated without the aromatic impact of the wood.

Resistance and durability
Our concrete wine tanks are not only aesthetically attractive, but even our concrete is different. We use a unique double-layer concrete system in our wine tanks that make them superior in strength and durability.

Do you know all our concrete tanks?

At Sonoma by SAS, we manufacture different concrete tanks designed for wineries of all sizes.

Comparison of Sonoma by SAS concrete tanks

Our wine tanks stand out not only for their great performance but also for having unique properties that make them essential in any winery.

Regular modelsOval models
Easy storage, maximizing spacex
Continuous movementx
Multiple volumes to choose fromxx
Double-layer systemxx
Integrated cold system optionxx
Adjustable feetx
Total customization of the tanks and their basexx
Ten-year guaranteexx

Our line of concrete wine tanks is inspired by the classic ancient tanks but redesigned and updated. These tanks allow us to refocus our experience of more than 100 years with concrete towards a new client: wine and beer producers.

Company Blog

  • Conical a large scale tank for high yield harvests
    Sonoma by SAS designs and manufactures one-of-a-kind concrete tanks. Inspired by Roman amphoras, the tank imparts beneficial properties to the wine, making this tank a safe bet for wine producers. The great advantage of the Conical tank’s design is that it allows the lees to move. Among their product range, the Conical tank is particularly […]
  • Come check out our SuperEgg tank!
    We’re at SIMEI in Milan and VINITECH in Bordeaux. Where will we see you? In just a few days, the trade fair season kicks off; a wonderful opportunity to take a closer look at our range of concrete tanks. In November, we will attend the SIMEI Trade Fair in Milan and then VINITECH in Bordeaux. From […]
  • Sonoma by SAS presents its concrete tanks at Barcelona Wine Week
    On the 4th, 5th and 6th of April,  Sonoma by SAS will participate in the  Barcelona Wine Week (BWW) as an exhibitor. The event celebrates its second edition by bringing together more than 650 Spanish wineries and 60 designations of origin from all over our territory. With a net exhibition area of 10,000 square metres, pavilion 8 at the […]
  • Ovoid and Amphora-shaped tanks to improve micro vinification.
    Editorial Staff 14/03/2022 OVOID AND Y AMPHORA SHAPES TO PROTECT WINE FROM OXIDATION Thanks to a growing interest in concrete among oenologists and winemakers, Sonoma by SAS has developed different models of concrete tanks for wine,  with capacities ranging from 9 to  54 hl. The company has tanks in unique shapes such as the Amphora, […]


“At DeLoach Vineyards we have been trialing the NuBarrel for the last several vintages and have been impressed with what they have lent to our wines.  Besides giving us an optimal size for small lot fermentations, it also lends a minerality and beneficial textural element to our Chardonnay, while preserving more fruit characteristics in aromatic wines than we would see in oak barrels.  Overall we feel it captures the texture and softening effects of traditional barrel fermentation while capturing the purity of fruit we expect from stainless steel.”  

Brian Maloney
Winemaker, Deloach Vineyards

“We shoot our capital budget every year on barrels.  That’s the elephant.  Then the little bit of money we have left-over we can spend on other things to make our wine better, but barrels eat-up all of our capital, and then they depreciate so quickly.  Five or six years later they’re going out of here, and it’s a disposal problem, so these NuBarrels just give us a lot more options.”

John Williams
Owner, Frog’s Leap

“For our Matanzas Creek Helena Bench Sauvignon Blanc, the concrete egg fermentation is a critical component that enhances minerality.  In this wine, the minerality expresses as river rocks from the terroir of the foots of mountain St. Helena where the grapes come from.”

Marcia Torres Forno
Winemaker, Matanzas Creek

“Concrete gives the wine the weight and texture of a barrel fermentation, but rather than tasting like a barrel, the wine tastes like where it was grown.”

Pax Mahle
Winemaker, Wind Gap

“I designed this whole building around my Sonoma Cast Stone Tanks.”

Mark Mazzoni
Winemaker, Zialena Winery

“I’m already blown away by the color density from concrete versus stainless steel.”

Chris Russi


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