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07 November 2017


The revolution in colloid stabilization for all wines and all levels of instability.

Suitable for all wineries currently using cold stabilization for their wines who want to reduce production costs and increase their sustainability standards, simultaneously achieving the ultimate stability of their wines. Enartis, the market leader in stabilization products, provides a cutting-edge, cost-effective and eco-friendly product range allowing you to switch off your cooling system, dramatically reducing production costs and gas emissions, additionally maintaining the organoleptic aspects of your wine and ensuring the best color and tartaric stabilization over time and under temperature stress.


What is potassium polyaspartate?

Potassium polyaspartate (KPA) is a polyamino acid produced from L-aspartic acid, an amino acid present in the grapes. Enartis has used its expertise in stabilization products to create a revolutionary range of products that harnesses the synergy and power of potassium polyaspartate and the colloids for both tartaric and color stabilization.


What is Zenith® and what are the advantages?

Innovation: An ambitious challenge and six years of passionate research in collaboration with public and private European institutions, universities and major players in the winemaking industry to develop a cutting-edge product.

Performance: The most effective tartaric and color stabilizer overtime, under all conditions and temperature stress. Maximum filterability up to 0,45μm.

Quality: Respects organoleptic aspects of wine.

Cost-effectiveness: Easy-to-use, eliminates wine loss during stabilization and dramatically cuts energy and water consumption while reducing labor and ancillary costs. Up to 80% saving in energy and water consumption.

Sustainability: An eco-friendly product that guarantees 90% reduction of CO2 emissions for greater environmental sustainability. Zenith loves the planet!


Different products for different needs

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