EnartisTan CIT

A blend of gallic and condensed tannins extracted from exotic species wood. The low temperatures used during the extraction process of the condensed tannin preserve aromatic precursors in the wood that enhances the fruit and floral notes of the resulting wines. These characters are especially evident when paired with high ß-glycosidase activity yeast (EnartisFerm Top Essence, Vintage White, ES181 e QCitrus).

EnartisTan MEL

EnartisTan MEL is an ellagic tannin extracted from French oak, specific for the treatment of white and red wines during aging. It can be used for fining, protein stabilization of white and rosé wines and to reduce the content of iron and other metals.The use of EnartisTan MEL as a wine fining and stabilizing agent prevents and treats the formation of reduction notes, respects structure and organoleptic balance, enhances oak notes in wines aged in barrels.

 

 

EnartisTan Clar

Microgranulated ellagic tannin with high clarification activity. When used during fining of red wines, EnartisTan Clar allows the preservation of more intense and brighter color. In protein unstable white wines, it reduces the bentonite fining, and in both red and white wines, it helps to preserve the original structure. If necessary, EnartisTan Clar can be used to diminish the reductive characters caused by mercaptan formation


Esseco Srl - Enology Division

Esseco Srl – Via S. Cassiano, 99 – San Martino, 28069 Trecate NO
Cap. Soc. Euro 10.000.000 i.v. – R.E.A. 142984 di Novara – Codice Fiscale, Partita IVA, Registro Imprese Novara 01027000031
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