KPA | Stabilizers for wine making

KPA

KPA (potassium polyaspartate) is a polymer that contains aspartic acid, a natural acid found in wine in varying amounts. It functions as a stabilizer to prevent potassium bitartrate precipitation. Enartis’ KPA stabilizer (Zenith) has been shown to inhibit tartrate crystallization in white, red and rosé wines. KPA can be used for all protein- and colloid-stable wines before final filtration.

ZENITH UNO

Solution of A-5D K/SD potassium polyaspartate (KPA) and sulfur dioxide. US Patent No. US 10,508,258 […]

  • Vegan

ZENITH COLOR

Solution of A-5D K/SD potassium polyaspartate (KPA), Gum Arabic Verek and sulfur dioxide. US Patent […]

  • Vegan

Zenith® Perlage

Solution of potassium polyaspartate (KPA), mannoproteins and sulfur dioxide. Specifically designed to prevent potassium bitartrate […]

  • Vegan

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