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Old 05-08-2004, 12:44 PM
JJC
 
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I recently came across a reference to Scottzyme Cinn-Free (newsgroup
archives) and after reading about it a little bit decided I wanted to try
it, but I was disappointed to find that it was readily available only in
large quantities making it impractical for my 1 gallon batches. However, I
am now happy to report that after a few e-mails with the folks at the Grape
& Granary, they have purchased some Cinn-Free (and Color-X, I believe) and
are repackaging into small quantities for resale. They said they will have
it available mid-month.

The Grape & Granary's responsiveness to such a small customer such as myself
is indicative of the high level service I have received there for the last
several years. For those of you who do not have a consistent source of
equipment etc, it's worth paying them a visit. And, for the record, I have
no affiliation with them, just want to pass along my positive experiences..

Here's the blurb on Cinn-Free from Scottlabs' website:

Scottzyme Cinn-Free is a purified pectinase with very low cinnamyl esterase
activity which helps reduce the formation of vinyl phenols. It is used in
white must for release of varietal aromas and aromatic precursors. In
addition to releasing desirable pectin trapped aromas, Scottzyme Cinn-Free
aids in pressability, yield, settling, clarification and filtration.
Scottzyme Cinn-Free is recommended for aromatic varieties like Sauvignon
Blanc, Viognier, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, Riesling and Vignoles. It is
also used in varieties like Chardonnay to bring out the full aromatic
potential of the grape.



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Old 05-08-2004, 08:57 PM
Ray
 
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Default Cinn-Free / Grape & Granary

I don't make 1 gal batches but it is refreshing to hear that a store will
provide this level of service to a customer.

Ray

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I recently came across a reference to Scottzyme Cinn-Free (newsgroup
archives) and after reading about it a little bit decided I wanted to try
it, but I was disappointed to find that it was readily available only in
large quantities making it impractical for my 1 gallon batches. However,

I
am now happy to report that after a few e-mails with the folks at the

Grape
& Granary, they have purchased some Cinn-Free (and Color-X, I believe) and
are repackaging into small quantities for resale. They said they will

have
it available mid-month.

The Grape & Granary's responsiveness to such a small customer such as

myself
is indicative of the high level service I have received there for the last
several years. For those of you who do not have a consistent source of
equipment etc, it's worth paying them a visit. And, for the record, I

have
no affiliation with them, just want to pass along my positive

experiences..

Here's the blurb on Cinn-Free from Scottlabs' website:

Scottzyme Cinn-Free is a purified pectinase with very low cinnamyl

esterase
activity which helps reduce the formation of vinyl phenols. It is used in
white must for release of varietal aromas and aromatic precursors. In
addition to releasing desirable pectin trapped aromas, Scottzyme Cinn-Free
aids in pressability, yield, settling, clarification and filtration.
Scottzyme Cinn-Free is recommended for aromatic varieties like Sauvignon
Blanc, Viognier, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, Riesling and Vignoles. It is
also used in varieties like Chardonnay to bring out the full aromatic
potential of the grape.






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