Saccharomyces Cerevisiae – Perfect for light, fruity red wines for early consumption
CR51 will enhance ripe berry fruit flavours in light and fruity red wines and introduce a velvet texture perfect for Valpolicella and especially for Beaujolais style wines. This strain has an almost unique ability to confer a smooth even ‘silky’ quality to the wine, perfect for early consumption young reds.
CR51 is a medium rate fermenter with optimal temperature between 22 to 30ºC (72 -86ºF) which will ferment to 13.5% abv. ethanol. Low to medium foaming strain with low volatile acid and SO² production
Activated Liquid Carbon 200g – For Homebrew Spirit, Vodka & Moonshine production. From Alcotec, the leaders in High Alcohol Technology Instantly soluble. For Alcohol Production and Water Treatment Treats 5-25 Liters Helps to remove off tastes, odor & impurities. Helps keeps yeast in suspension Activated Carbon is used both for filtration during the late stages of fermentation and for its ability to keep the yeast “floating” longer (so it can produce higher levels of alcohol). This is the same sachet that is used in Alcotec’s 21% Vodka Kit. The carbon now comes in a foil sachet. Images may change. The carbon now comes in a foil sachet. Images may change. We recommend using Alcotec TurboKlar 24hr with this product. When used together, they achieve a truly superior finish. Does Not Contain Alcohol
Activated Liquid Carbon 200g
For Alcohol Production and Water Treatment, Treats 5-25 Litres
Saccharomyces Cerevisiae – Ideal for full bodied, full flavoured dry and sweet white wines.
BV7 will both preserve and enhance the grape variety and terroir, promoting excellent flavour complexity, good wine structure and balance but especially full aromatic flavour. To appreciate the impact of BV7, split a chardonnay must, fermenting half with CL23 and the remainder with BV7 – you will be amazed at the impact of the yeast strain upon fruit concentration.
BV7 produces a wide range of low level beneficial congeners such as higher alcohols and esters and high glycerol promoting full body and structure to the wine and contributing significantly to mouth-feel, wine texture and palate intensity.
Avoid fermenting above 13% abv. ethanol, BV7 is not particularly ethanol tolerant. Acceptable temperature range is 15 to 30ºC (59 -86ºF) but ferment below 22ºC (72ºF) for maximum flavour development.