Lallzyme EX

Lallzyme EX

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Specially formulated enzyme preparation for improved color intensity and stability, greater mouthfeel, and enhanced fruity, floral, spicy flavors in wine. Used primarily in red wines for the aforementioned reasons, it can also be used in white wines for increased extraction (however we recommend Lallzyme C-Max for whites because it helps the solids settle out as well).

Based on the activity of a blend of cellulases, hemicellulases, and pectinases, this preparation aids in the extraction, then stabilization of water soluble phenols found in cells of grape skins. A dry, granular product requiring no special storage conditions prior to use. We have used this enzyme on our wine here at MoreWine and found the difference to be nothing short of amazing. Currently only available at MoreWine in this size! To use dissolve Lallzyme EX into a sufficient amount of water (usual ration is 1:100) and add to must with your other additions prior to the onset of fermentation.

Dosage is 0.1g Lallzyme per gallon of must.

Store dry enzyme at room temperature, around  25 C° (77 F°). Once rehydrated use within a few hours.

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great volume increase
glenn l on Sep 23, 2020
Works Great
MICHAEL O on Aug 27, 2020
great volume increase
glenn l on Sep 23, 2020
Vs longer cold soak
Tom Taylor on Sep 12, 2020
Works Great
MICHAEL O on Aug 27, 2020
Recommended by your Guide to Red Wine Making
Bruce S on Aug 24, 2020
Provides good color intensity
Don on Aug 22, 2020
for Grenache
Ralph W. Benitez on Aug 18, 2020
Pectic and other enzyme breakdown
Gary E on Aug 14, 2020
Haven't used it yet
Tom B on Aug 5, 2020
You recommended it.
Donald M on Jul 22, 2020
To extract more juice from loquat pulp
Paul William on Apr 29, 2020
Word of mouth
Kenneth A T on Mar 20, 2020
Peter N on Feb 24, 2020
Recommended by The Home Winemaking Channel
Charles P on Sep 30, 2019
for young grape plant's fruit
Houman D on Sep 27, 2019
I like to snort this
Ronald H on Sep 24, 2019
reduce pectins while brewing with fruit.
Heide H on Sep 23, 2019
It helps the breakdown of fruit and smooths the wine.
Betty J W on Sep 21, 2019
My mentor uses it.
Slow Fire Vineyard on Sep 12, 2019
Multiple red fermentations
Ken Monk on Aug 28, 2019
More Wine recommended and have always used with good success
Sean A on Aug 28, 2019
Making wine with this product combination for several years - good outcome.
Tania D on Jul 29, 2019
Looked like a good alternative to pectic enzyme.
Brian K on Jul 8, 2019
Your site suggested it
John B on Jun 11, 2019
Looking to improve my kit wines
Mike Sullivan on May 11, 2019
Brett Beer Fun
William R on Apr 26, 2019
Brett T G on Dec 13, 2018
Use to help break down walls of grapes, extract more flavors
Wendell Barner on Oct 19, 2018
Need to improve homemade wine quality
Joe S on Oct 2, 2018
For improved color extraction
William F on Sep 29, 2018
website rec. on yeast select
Scott O on Sep 21, 2018
Michael C on Sep 13, 2018
Past experience, solid product.
James M on Sep 12, 2018
Replace maceration
isa à on Sep 10, 2018
Read your red wine manual
Catherine E Matthews on Sep 10, 2018
Trying it for the first time
Michael M on Sep 10, 2018
Use it annually
Joseph T on Sep 5, 2018
Giving it a try this year
Valued C on Sep 1, 2018
this will be a first still looking for ways to improve a niagara blended wine
shawnte a on Aug 30, 2018
research online
Erica H on Aug 20, 2018
pre-fermentation maceration
Bruce C on Aug 15, 2018
more color and I dont want to perform extended maceraction
Donelson L on Aug 14, 2018
Word of mouth
Paul S J on Aug 7, 2018
Trying something new
John M B on Jul 30, 2018
seeds release for reds delestage during fermentation
ALEXEY S on Jul 24, 2018
For a nice dark red wine from grapes
Craig E on Mar 16, 2018
To increase fruit flavor release.
Steve V on Feb 3, 2018
Vs longer cold soak
Tom Taylor on Sep 12, 2020
Recommended by your Guide to Red Wine Making
Bruce S on Aug 24, 2020
What is the primary difference between this and Lallzyme EX-V?
Jim Kenney on Sep 9, 2020
BEST ANSWER: From what I read, It seems that the EX is for fruit forward, light to medium body reds and the EX-V is for medium to full body reds, that are intended for aging. Peace

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Works perfectly
If you are trying to increase the color and complexity of your wine, this enzyme treatment works great. Highly recommended. It's very easy to use, and the results are obvious in 24 hours.
October 9, 2018
over 2 years ago
This is my first year trying this product and so far I like it better than the liquid it seems to be braking the skins down vert nice I will use this from now on. Jim t
October 1, 2018
over 2 years ago
Lallzyme EX
Easy to use but instructions are printed insanely small and it is easy to miss the microscopic decimal point in front of the .1 gram per gallon. So read carefully.
September 18, 2015