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Yeast Recommendations Guide - STRONG WINE YEASTS FOR DIFFICULT CONDITIONS

 

Guide to Selection of Strong Wine Yeast for Late Harvest & Restart

 

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The following list provides varietal recommendations, technical specifications, and other details about the late harvest and restart wine yeast stains we stock at The Beverage People. Click here to go directly to that yeast strain.

 


 

Late Harvest & Restart Wine Yeast List - Alphabetical


 

Enartis Ferm WS (Williams-Selyem)

WY11 - 10 g | WY07 - 4 oz

 

Recommended for use with the following grape varietals

Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, High °Brix - high alcohol wines, Fruit-forward wines, Restart stuck fermentations.

Sensory Profile

Known  to respect varietal and terroir character while increasing fruit and spice expression.

Other Noteworthy Characteristics

Enartis Ferm WS is considered one of the most robust California yeast strains. It is known to help with color stability, and ferments with high vigor.  It can be used to restart or avoid stuck fermentations.

Alcohol Tolerance

18%

Temperature Range

60 - 86°F

Good for Late Harvest & Difficult Conditions?

Yes


 

Uvaferm 43 RESTART™

#9537 - 10 g | #9536 - 4 oz | #9535 - 500 g

 

Recommended for use with the following grape varietals

Restart of Stuck Fermentation, High Brix - High Potential Alcohol Wines.

Sensory Profile

Uvaferm 43 RESTART™ is sensory neutral.

Other Noteworthy Characteristics

Developed by Lallemand, it is Saccharomyces Bayanus strain whose resistance to the stressful conditions of stuck fermentations has been naturally increased with the addition of micronutrients, sterols and polyunsaturated fatty acids to strengthen the yeast cell membranes. The yeast cells are more robust, acclimate more quickly and have a lower mortality rate after inoculation. For best results, follow the Uvaferm 43 Restart Protocol. It can enhance mouthfeel, ferments with high vigor and low to moderate nitrogen demand.

Alcohol Tolerance

18%

Temperature Range

55 - 95°F

Good for Late Harvest & Difficult Conditions?

Yes