NOTE: This article is compatible with version 5.1
You can change the properties of a wine batch by following the steps in this example. We’ll start by changing a typo in the batch name and correct the designated variety.
Our example wine batch is named “14SC – RESERVE” when it should be “15CS – RESERVE”; this batch should be a Cabernet Sauvignon and not a Pinot Noir.
Use either Product Search or Quick Search to find this batch.
Since we need to fix two elements on the batch (batch code and variety), use the Pencil icon to the right of Batch.
Here’s what the Product Overview General tab looks like now:
Notice that the batch name, designated variety AND the Barrel Group name are all corrected.
Another example for this using the technique is to add the batch description (which in our current example is empty) or other pertinent information. This can be accomplished at the same time you change the wine batch name.
This is what the Wine Batch looks like after all the changes.
You may also change the vintage if the batch was created with the wrong harvest year. The composition of the wine will not change, but the wine batch will move to the correct vintage year in the Product Overview tree.
NOTE: any time you see a Pencil, you may edit either the individual element, or in the case of the product/batch level, edit a number of elements at one time.
For more information on correcting composition/vintages, click here.