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Tartaric Acid
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MoreWine!'s Tartaric Acid is processed naturally in Europe from grapes and is the preferred acid for adjusting acid levels in wine. Be aware that a lot Tartaric Acid available to home winemakers is artificially made, comes from China, and does not integrate into the wine as well. Some of this tartaric includes the designation of "food-grade". Because MoreWine! packages this product you can be assured you are getting the highest winery-grade quality.

3.8g per gallon adjusts acidity by +.1%. As a note: some tartaric acid will drop out of suspension as potassium bitartrate if you are doing any cold stabilization. You might want to re-test total acidity after cold stabilization.

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acidify wine
Steve W on Oct 26, 2018
Its the only choice for acidifying wine properly
Tony M on Oct 17, 2018
acidify wine
Steve W on Oct 26, 2018
Need to adjust acid levels in wine
Wendell B on Oct 19, 2018
Its the only choice for acidifying wine properly
Tony M on Oct 17, 2018
Learned it's a better choice than Citric
Gene C on Oct 15, 2018
To lower PH
Mark B on Oct 12, 2018
Need to increase the acid in my Cab Franc Must
Don B on Oct 10, 2018
must adjustment
Thomas M P on Oct 9, 2018
Washington grapes sometime low in acid
David Y on Oct 2, 2018
To add to the wine
Connie P on Sep 28, 2018
high ph
Steven H G on Sep 26, 2018
To Make Mead
Charles E on Sep 25, 2018
Need tartaric, 1lb is economical
Stewart B on Sep 24, 2018
to acidulate my wine
Paul P on Sep 21, 2018
Always need Tartaric acid since our grapes have high pH
Theresa G on Sep 19, 2018
adjust grape must ph
Chris H on Sep 12, 2018
Read your red wine manual
Catherine E M on Sep 10, 2018
Same as above
Babgen E on Sep 3, 2018
To adjust acidity of must if necessary
Babgen E on Sep 3, 2018
It's what I need
Jolaine N on Sep 2, 2018
to balance acid content and control ph
shawnte a on Aug 30, 2018
Change pH of must or wine to adjust balance.
Kirk Taylor on Aug 29, 2018
Fermentation
Julie W on Aug 7, 2018
price
Donald R on Jul 3, 2018
Mix with SO2 to make a sanitizing solution
Jennifer S on Mar 2, 2018
Needed to lower pH in my wine
David W R on Jan 23, 2018
Need to adjust acid levels in wine
Wendell B on Oct 19, 2018
Learned it's a better choice than Citric
Gene C on Oct 15, 2018
What is the shelf life of Tartaric Acid?
Gerard Pompa on Sep 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I would say it depends on how it’s sealed. If sealed well I would say years. If left with exposure to oxygen I believe there would be some volitization.
I’m old fashion so I use my nose. Tartaric acid has a strong acidic smell and taste.
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