Ok, so I let a bunch of people know that I bought Enartis Yeast, but it seems like no one has ever used it before. I think it is not something that has really become known in America yet. I know it's a European Company, and they are Enologists and everything. But I am not sure that they are well known in America yet. There must be some Wine community in America who knows about these Yeasts and products and everything, but they seem to be a company that isn't Americanized yet.
For example, they don't really have a Twitter account, but it does seem like a few of their employees have Twitter Accounts, there is just no one account that looks like the Official Account, like @Enartis or @EnartisFerm or @EnartisUSA or something. There is Enartis South Africa, but it is still a small Twitter account. And I noticed that they do have a lot of satellite companies, like Enartis Portugal and stuff like that, so they are not just some small company, they do seem to be a large company, but they seem to be a large company in that they have a lot of locations around the World, and a lot of people working on their main goal, which is to provide quality Enology and Enology products. But they seem not to have a bunch of Web Designers on hand, or a bunch of Graphic Designers, or Brand Ambassadors, etc, like American Companies do.
And I read a thing that said that they are actually a company that started from another Company that existed 80 Years before they launched their current company.
So I am really interested to check out this Yeast and maybe be the first person to Review it on a forum, and take pictures of what it does and be able to explain what it tastes like and smells like for everybody and everything.