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Ascorbic Acid, 2 Ounces - Barley & Vine
$ 4.99
What is Ascorbic Acid? Ascorbic acid ( vitamin C) is used as a antioxidant before bottling. What does ascorbic acid do in wine? Prevents oxidation How much Ascorbic acid do I put in my wine? Use 1 teaspoon per 5 gallons at bottling.
What is Ascorbic Acid? Ascorbic acid ( vitamin C) is used as a antioxidant before bottling. What does ascorbic acid...
Bentonite - Barley & Vine
$ 3.49
Bentonite is used to clarify both red and white wines. Bentonite is highly recommended for white wines because it prevents haze caused by proteins naturally in the juice. It helps your wine to be more drinkable sooner. Also reduces off-flavors and post-bottling sediment. Bentonite is a clay that has the unique ability to remove fine, undesirable particles from a finished wine in a very short period of time. How to use Bentonite in wine: Use 2 1/2 tsp, mixed well in hot water and allow to rehydrate. It can be added either pre- or post fermentation. We recommend pre-fermentation because it aids the yeast Available in 4 ounce and 8 ounce quantities. 
Bentonite is used to clarify both red and white wines. Bentonite is highly recommended for white wines because it prevents...
Calcium Carbonate, 4 Ounces - Barley & Vine
$ 2.29
How much Calcium Carbonate do I put in my wine? 1/2 ounce per 1 gallon. That's about 3 1/2 teaspoons per 5 gallons. Calcium Carbonate lowers acidity in wine.
How much Calcium Carbonate do I put in my wine? 1/2 ounce per 1 gallon. That's about 3 1/2 teaspoons...
Campden Tablets - Barley & Vine
$ 4.99
How To Add Campden Tablets to Wine: Crush one tablet per gallon and add to your wine juices. Allow 24 hours for it to saturate the wine and then add your yeast of choice. Campden Tablets kill off any unwanted wild yeasts and bacteria. You can also use Campden tablets for sanitizing by crushing up 4 tablets and adding them to one quart of water (spray bottle). After cleaning your equipment, of course! Available in 2 ounce and 1 pound packages.
How To Add Campden Tablets to Wine: Crush one tablet per gallon and add to your wine juices. Allow 24...
Citric Acid - Barley & Vine
$ 3.49
Citric Acid What does Citric Acid do for wine?Used to boost the total acidity of wine. Preserves Color in white wine. How do I use citric acid in my wine? Dissolve in water before adding. Usage varies. Also used in making Cheese. Available in 3 ounce and 1 pounds packages.
Citric Acid What does Citric Acid do for wine?Used to boost the total acidity of wine. Preserves Color in white...
Fruit Enhancer Plus Liquid Tannin, 2 oz - Barley & Vine
$ 9.49
Fruit Enhance Plus Liquid Oak Tannin emphasizes a ripe berry character, best for red wines. Liquid oak tannins from Toasted Oak Inc. contain only water and tannin from 3 year old seasoned French oak. Bench trials are the best way to determine proper dosage for your wine.  Use 0.66 oz (about 4 teaspoons) per 5 - 7.5 gallons of wine; less with white wines. Mix directly into finished wine 2 weeks prior to bottling. Keep refrigerated.
Fruit Enhance Plus Liquid Oak Tannin emphasizes a ripe berry character, best for red wines. Liquid oak tannins from Toasted...
Gelatin, 2 Ounces - Barley & Vine
$ 3.29
Gelatin wine fining agent How to use gelatin for wine: 1 teaspoon per 6 gallons of wine or beer.
Gelatin wine fining agent How to use gelatin for wine: 1 teaspoon per 6 gallons of wine or beer.
Malic Acid, 2 ounce - Barley & Vine
$ 2.19
Malic Acid One teaspoon per gallon will increase acidity by 0.1%. Malic acid is mainly used as food additive in beverages, bakery products, confectioneries, desserts, jams and fruit jellies, as preservative in fruit and vegetables. Malic acid is free from proteins, fibre, starches, vitamins, fats, preservatives, colours, antioxidants or milk products and every product having an animal origin. It is suitable for the vegetarian, vegan, diabetic, Jewish or Muslim diets.
Malic Acid One teaspoon per gallon will increase acidity by 0.1%. Malic acid is mainly used as food additive in...
Pectic Enzyme Powder - Barley & Vine
$ 3.49
How much pectic enzyme should I put in my wine? Use 1/2 ounce for 6 US gallon batch before fermentation in order to stimulate clarification process. Add with crushed fruit. Works best at temperatures of 80F or higher. Increases juice yield in fruits by breaking down the cellular structure of pectins. Eliminates pectin haze from wines made with pectin rich fruits. Necessary notably for apple wines and cider.
How much pectic enzyme should I put in my wine? Use 1/2 ounce for 6 US gallon batch before fermentation...
Potassium Bicarbonate - Barley & Vine
$ 4.49
5 oz package 3.4 gms reduces acidity by .1 pH. 6 gms / tsp, so usage depends on how much you acid you wish to reduce.
5 oz package 3.4 gms reduces acidity by .1 pH. 6 gms / tsp, so usage depends on how much...
Potassium Sorbate - Barley & Vine
$ 3.99
What is Potassium sorbate? It is a wine stabilizer. It is used to slow/stop fermentation. How much potassium sorbate do I add to wine? Add 1/4 tsp per gallon of the Potassium Sorbate to your wine prior to bottling. First, dissolve it in a small portion of wine. Then stir the mixture thoroughly throughout the entire batch. If you do not plan to sweeten your wine, use 1/4 teaspoon per gallon of wine. If you plan to sweeten your wine or if the wine tastes sweet, use 1/4 teaspoon per gallon of wine.
What is Potassium sorbate? It is a wine stabilizer. It is used to slow/stop fermentation. How much potassium sorbate do...
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