Wine Making Acids, Tartaric, Malic, Blended Acids, Ascorbic Acid, Citric Acid

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Acid BlendA blend of equal amounts of citric, malic, and tartaric acids used to balance wine musts for home wine making. Amount of acid blend to be added to wine must will depend on the fruit you are using to make your wine from and your wine making recipe. to read more

Ascorbic AcidThis is an antioxidant, also called Vitamin C. Use 1 teaspoon at bottling for 6 gallons of wine. - Reduces oxidation in wine. to read more

Citric AcidCitric Acid is the principal acid in citrus fruits. Use per your wine making recipe instructions, up to 3/4oz. per gal. of wine must to balance the acid level in wine. to read more

Malic AcidThis is the principal acid found in apples and pears. Use per wine making recipe directions or add 8/10 of a teaspoon per gallon of wine to increase acidity by 0.10% in your wine. to read more

Tartaric AcidTartaric Acid is the principal acid in wine grapes. Adding 8/10 of a teaspoon of tartaric acid to each gallon of wine will result in an increase of 0.10% in your wine. to read more