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W15 Dry Wine Yeast

W15 Dry Wine Yeast

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A fructophile for clean, low temperature ferments. W15 was isolated in 1991 from high quality Muller Thurgau must originating in the vineyards at the Viticulture Research Station in Wadenswil, Switzerland. W15 was developed to ferment dry whites at moderate speeds where bright fruit and heavy mouthfeel are desired. This yeast does just that, and it does so while respecting the varietal characteristics of the fruit. W15 can also be used to ferment high quality, fruit focused, light red wines from Pinot Noir and cool-climate Syrah. Short lag pahse, moderate rate fermenter at temperature ranges between 50 to 81 degrees F. Alcohol tolerant to 16%. W15 produces higher levels of glycerol and succinic acid especially at higher fermentation temperatures (above 77 degrees F).

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Terrific yeast for Riesling- have had great results
Ira K on Oct 9, 2019
used pdf wine pairing
Louis B on Aug 28, 2019
Terrific yeast for Riesling- have had great results
Ira K on Oct 9, 2019
Go to white yeast
Thomas H on Sep 27, 2019
used pdf wine pairing
Louis B on Aug 28, 2019
peach wine
Randal W on Aug 28, 2019
For mead
Shaun on Jun 8, 2019
Looking for a good riesling yeast
Donald L on Jun 6, 2019
Trying something new.
Peter F on Jan 29, 2019
Using it to ferment Vidal grapes
Jonathan M on Sep 21, 2018
liked
Maricor S on Aug 16, 2018
For cider yeast trials based on Scott’s Lab documents on characteristic
David M on Aug 8, 2018
yeast pairing guide
Webb G on Aug 1, 2018
Trying something new for mead.
Roman Y on Jun 26, 2018
dandelion wine
Frank on May 29, 2018
Brings out a spicy fruit in whites like the Gewerstiminer
James B on Mar 20, 2018
Go to white yeast
Thomas H on Sep 27, 2019
peach wine
Randal W on Aug 28, 2019
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