Suggestions for Good Filteration of Homemade Wine

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Filtration is the last step in wine making. Its purpose is to further clarity and help remove unnecessary byproducts and a high percentage of yeast in the wine.

In order to achieve optimum results we suggest that a waiting period of at least 5 days take place between filtrations, as you progress to tighter (lower micron size) pads.

To further enhance and maintain your wine it should be properly balanced and stabilized before filtering. It is a good rule to add (10grams) Metabisulphite and (10 grams) vitamin C for each 20 gallons (91 liters) of wine.

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