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Wine Conditioner 500ml

4.2 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
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Specifications for this item
Brand Name RJ Spagnol's
Part Number AJ-E1R7-R72B
Number of Items 1
Color Liquid
UNSPSC Code 27130000

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Wine Conditioner 500ml
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  • Potassium Sorbate - 1 oz.
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  • Campden Tablets (potassium metabisulfite) - 100 Tablets
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Product Features

  • For sweeting Finished wine
  • 500 ml
  • Does NOT reactivate yeast

Product Description

To improve the Flavor of wine, add a minimum of 15 ml per L of wine at bottling time or up to maximum of 30 ml per L. Use after adding sulphites.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002LNT2OO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,407 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)

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By S. CONRAD on August 6, 2013
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I use wine conditioner to sweeten my wine. a bottle will work for 6 gallons of wine. It's up to you how sweet you want it. great for clearing your wine. after 21 days or step #3 after degassing and clearing your wine add the wine conditioner to the carboy stir a little bit that's it. at day 28 your ready to bottle.
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Had some Erie wine sitting for a year waiting for it to taste right for bottling. I was giving up hope. I decided I had nothing to lose by using the conditioner. I kept adding some, waited,tasted,added more etc. and it finally ended up tasting very good. I bottled it and people like it. I was happy.
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This is an item many wine recipes omit. The post fermentation conditioning and stabilizing is an essential step to ensure that your wine will not explode in the bottle and will not have that home-brewed taste. I recently fermented a five-gallon batch of red wine. Now this is not a wine you'll enter in a contest; it is made with supermarket grape juice, sugar and wine yeast. When it is finished fermenting, I add four camden tablets per gallon to kill the yeast and a bottle of wine conditioner. The result: a red table wine with a hint of sweetness. The conditioner also smooths out the bite or burn that young, homemade wines have. Purists will cringe, but at this stage I adjust the sweetness by adding sugar, along with the conditioner, but you may like it without extra sweetness. Without extra sweetener, it reminds me of Pisano jug wine. I then rack the wine to the bottling bucket and let it settle for a couple of weeks. While bottling I found the wine tastes good at room temperature. This weekend I am having the family over for a spaghetti feed. One cup of this wine will go into the sauce; another gallon will go into the guests. And a splendid time was had by all.
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I love this wine conditioner. I like to sweeten my wine up a lot and when adding sugar you always have to stablilze and stop further fermentation. Being a novice wine maker, I have miscalculated my measurements and ended up with corks exploding out of bottles in my "wine cellar". Not only is that a huge mess to clean up, it's also extremely sad to see all that beautiful wine wasted. I remember thinking one time that I never even got to taste it to see if I liked it... and that was followed by the contemplation of licking it off some item in the room that was now covered in wine. (uh.. just kidding...) And I might also note, the sound of corks exploding out of bottles is frightening enough to have my kids thinking we were under attack.
This conditioner takes all the guess work out.... it's got the stabilizer in it. You don't need to add anything. And I am all about ease of use, and being able to drink my wine. This also reduces the effects of aging.
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The conditioner arrived with a wine kit and will be added to my inventory of wine additives. I have had good success with this product in the past. I not only sweetens, it kills residual yeast.
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After primary and secondary fermenting was complete and the hydrometer read .995, the wine was racked four times. The directions were followed with the entire conditioner contents introduced into 6 gallons of wine. I let it rest for another two weeks, with no indication of activity in the air locks. It was bottled. The inoculated wine re-fermented in the sanitized bottles causing the loss of 20 gallons of product. There is a remote possibility there were undetectable residual lees present that could not be observed, which could cause re-fermentation. Will not use this again.
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By Sherri on August 17, 2012
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I used this product on my first batch of wine that I made. It made my wine sweeter. I am making another batch of wine, so I ordered more of this product.
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I like using this wine conditioner instead of sugar. It dissolves easily with no unpleasant aftertaste. A little bit goes a long way!
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