For extraction of aroma precursors in red and white grapes
Grape terpenols play a major role in the varietal character of wines, in particular wines from Muscats, Gewürztraminer and Riesling. Grape processing releases small quantities of free aromatic terpenols and a larger quantity of odorless glycosylated precursors providing an abundant aroma reserve. Recommended Dosage
Rapidase® Revelation Aroma contains α and β-glycosidase activities to breakdown glycosylated aroma precursors. It helps release varietal aromatic precursors for intense and complex aromas. It is known for respecting varietal character and has been described as increasing thiols in whites and terpenes in reds.
Crushed Fruit 15–22 g/ton
Juice 1–1.5 g/hL (35–55 g/1000 gal)
Wine 1–2 g/hL (35–70 g/1000 gal)
Crushed Fruit 20–25 g/ton
Juice 2–2.5 g/hL (70–90 g/1000 gal)
Wine 2–2.5 g/hL (70–90 g/1000 gal)
*Note: Revelation Aroma can be hindered by high sugar. The addition of asmall dose after the alcoholic fermentation can give best results. See winedoses above.