Potassium hydrogen carbonate for fine deacidification
Deacidification using potassium bicarbonate precipitates tartar (potassium bitartrate). Unlike calcium tartrate precipitation during normal deacidification, potassium bitartrate precipitation after deacidification with Kalinat can be accelerated by cooling, or by using the contact process.
At a glance:
|Range of use||Must, young wine or wine|
|Goal||For fine deacidification, especially with regard to rapid crystal separation|
|Special features||Rapid possibility of crystal precipitation and separation and therefore rapid availability of freshly deacidified wine|
|Dosage||67 g/100 L|
|Packaging unit||1 kg