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Keller Bentonites



 
 
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Old 13-05-2008, 03:06 AM posted to rec.crafts.winemaking
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Default Keller Bentonites

Does anyone have any experience with the new Keller bentonites that
are being sold by MoreWine. They're touting these as not needing any
presoaking. I tried just a tiny amount in a glass of white wine and
it did seem to disperse immediately with no clumping.

They sell them under the name "Albumex" for wines with pH's of under
3.5, and "Canaton" for pH's over 3.5.

Lee
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Old 14-05-2008, 03:34 AM posted to rec.crafts.winemaking
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Default Keller Bentonites

I know nothing about these Keller bentonites.

However, Vineco has been providing a "spread and stir" bentonite for
some time now. When I ran a Brew on Premises, not having to
re-hydrate the bentonite was WONDERFUL. Don't recall any problems
with those wines.

Steve

On Mon, 12 May 2008 19:06:50 -0700 (PDT), Lee wrote:

Does anyone have any experience with the new Keller bentonites that
are being sold by MoreWine. They're touting these as not needing any
presoaking. I tried just a tiny amount in a glass of white wine and
it did seem to disperse immediately with no clumping.

They sell them under the name "Albumex" for wines with pH's of under
3.5, and "Canaton" for pH's over 3.5.

Lee


 




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