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WineStix - Dark Toast American Oak Carboy 2 Pack
OAK653

WineStix - Dark Toast American Oak Carboy 2 Pack

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WineStix are a new form of oak integration for wine, designed to give new barrel flavors with an extraction time similar to cubes. The combination of Short and Long grains result in amazing gradience of flavor similar to barrels, while extracting significantly quicker! These are Dark toast North American Oak staves, and depending on the wine, will impart flavors of toasted oak, dark chocolate, subtle black pepper, and carmelized characters. This is a two pack of WineStix, sized specifically for a 5-6 gallon carboy of wine. WineStix will easily fit through the mouth of a glass carboy, and can be attached to a string via the drilled hole for easy removal!

One carboy Winestix will treat 5-6 gallons of wine.

 
Item # OAK653
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.50 LBS
OriginAmerican
FormStix
SizeN/A
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To figure out witch one is best for what
Adrianne M on Dec 23, 2021
Add depth to red blend- no barrel
Valued C on Mar 11, 2021
To figure out witch one is best for what
Adrianne M on Dec 23, 2021
To oak my wine
Jose C on Aug 24, 2021
Add depth to red blend- no barrel
Valued C on Mar 11, 2021
I have used for several years with good results
Peter B on Oct 8, 2020
To oak my wine
Jose C on Aug 24, 2021
I have used for several years with good results
Peter B on Oct 8, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Excellent oak products
Very easy to use and easy to work around when racking. Doesn't leave behind sediment to clog anything up.

Depending on varietal, I add these along with starting malolactic fermentation, then when malo is done I soak them with an SO2 solution while I transfer wine from malo to "aging" carboy, then rinse with purified water and place back in the new carboy for another several months (total about 3 to 4 months).
November 2, 2021
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over 3 years ago