Tanéthyl

Color stabilization and polymerization of polyphenolic structure in red and white wines.

unavailable in your country

For more information regarding this product, stock availability or shipping quotations
please use the Inquiry Tab Below.
For any other Inquires please Contact one of our team

Product Description

ABOUT TANÉTHYL
IDEAL USE: TANNIN AND COLOR POLYMERIZATION
  • Tanéthyl is extracted from grape pips by means of a patented system, which locks an active ethanol bridge to the tannin.
  • Ethanol bridges have been shown to be greatly responsible for color stabilization and tannin polymerization.
  • Tanethyl is a great tool for achieving the big, soft structure provided by micro oxygenation without using oxygen.
  • It can be used both in red and whites to increase volume and to balance a rough polyphenolic profile.
DOSAGE RATE AND USAGE INSTRUCTIONS
  • Rose Wine:5 to 15 g/Hl (1/3 – 1 lb/1000 Gal)
  • Red Wines:12 to 36 g/Hl (1– 3 lbs/1000 Gal)
  • Mix in a separate tub with warm water (35 °C/95 °F) and then add to the grapes or to fermenting must during pump over.After addition, wait at least one week before filtering the wine.

Product Documents