Colle Perle

Item No. COLPERL
For treatment of astringent wines Colle Perle is a hydrolyzed gelatin solution. Primary uses are clarification and the removal of bitter tannins and phenolics. Colle Perle flocculates and settles well. Desirable aromas and flavors are retained while harsh characters are removed. It is particularly
Backorder 1 in stock Available
Each
Price
From:
$21.50
Per Each
Excl. Tax
Product is not available for purchase online. Please contact us for more information.
Description

For treatment of astringent wines

Colle Perle is a hydrolyzed gelatin solution. Primary uses are clarification and the removal of bitter tannins and phenolics. Colle Perle flocculates and settles well. Desirable aromas and flavors are retained while harsh characters are removed. It is particularly useful to optimize potential of hard pressed product. In white wines it can be used in conjunction with bentonite to compact lees.

To Use, Juice: Dilute Colle Perle 1:1 w/w in water. Add at the beginning of cold settling and mix evenly and completely throughout the juice. When used in juice Colle Perle should be used in conjunction with bentonite or Gelocolle to improve settling. Racking should be done after 1 week.

To Use, Wine in Barrels: Dilute Colle Perle 1:1 w/w in water. Stir vigorously into the wine to ensure thorough distribution. Racking should be done after 1 week. Filtration is possible 48-72 hours after fining with Colle Perle.

To Use, Wine in Tanks: Dilute Colle Perle 1:1 w/w in water. Add gradually to the wine during a pump-over to ensure even distribution. Alternatively add through a racking valve while using a tank agitator for even distribution. Racking should be done after 1 week. Filtration is possible 48-72 hours after fining with Colle Perle.


Recommended for use with: Red, White, Fruit

Recommended Dosage
800-1500 ppm 80-150 mL/hL 3.0-5.7L/1000 gal


Please Note:Maximum clarification is achieved after one week. This is when filtration is most productive. For wines intended for aging, a second racking one week after the first racking will produce the best results. It is not recommended to leave gelatins in wine for more than 30 days. Bench trials recommended.

Specifications
Product Source Gelatin
    Loading
    Loading