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  1. Tnuscan

    Not around much

    I pray that GOD comforts and blesses your dads following days, and sends peace to you and all your family.
  2. Tnuscan

    Other Noblesse test on kit

    Sure was hoping these would take a turn for the better. I know I've learned alot from your thread, and your posts, along with many others. Thanks again!
  3. Tnuscan

    Other Noblesse test on kit

    Bbbbbuuuuurrrrrppppp.
  4. Tnuscan

    What Should I Charge?

    I have this funny feeling , we all, will be addressing Jim as MR.Boatboy24 from now on.
  5. Tnuscan

    Other Noblesse test on kit

    Ok,... some may remember that I have this smell/taste issue with kits. Maybe it's my body chemistry, who knows. lol. After studying Nobleese, I thought I would give this a try. I know kits aren't supposed to be added to, but I pulled a gallon so I could do a test to see if it would remove the...
  6. Tnuscan

    Awesome Washington Wine Story

    I think understanding Tannin is the seceret to great wine, after that, it needs time to age. It is the balance of both.
  7. Tnuscan

    Hard to Believe!

    I also want to say congratulations! And also, Thanks. Your threads and posts, have helped in improving my winemaking in many ways.
  8. Tnuscan

    Harford Vineyard Chilean Grape/Juice Pickup

    Might pay to do the test on a liter of wine...???
  9. Tnuscan

    Other Tweeking Cheap Kits

    Enjoying a bottle of the Coconut Yuzu, Joe, man this is goooood. Thanks. Cheers!!!
  10. Tnuscan

    Potassium Carbonate vs Potassium Bicarbonate post fermentation.

    Sorry, I just noticed your second paragraph. Is this what your refering to: Potassium carbonate can react with malic acid (though as stated above, tartaric takes precedence) to form potassium bimalate. However, potassium bimalate is soluble in wine and will not (or may be difficult to)...
  11. Tnuscan

    A Note on Potassium Carbonate

    Ditto. Bench trials are suggested, and even these, with pH adjustments, can try the patience of a saint.
  12. Tnuscan

    Harford Vineyard Chilean Grape/Juice Pickup

    I don't doubt H2S had a something to do with this earlier on, with the odors, and the mlf crawling along. It could be another bacterial infection, which i'm doubting it is. Brett would be my first guess and it has many characters along it's journey. Some encourage it's early stage of the "...
  13. Tnuscan

    SO2 In Reds

    About the same here, Thanks John.
  14. Tnuscan

    No Fermentation

    If you like using water to top up, that's cool, what ever works for you. If your happy I'm happy.
  15. Tnuscan

    SO2 In Reds

    @Johnd on average, between regular rackings, from carboy to carboy while aging and no additions of anything but so2, what ppm are you usually at (free so2). Don't go to any trouble to check. I was hoping you might remember.
  16. Tnuscan

    No Fermentation

    Wouldn't use water to top up, I would use a wine.
  17. Tnuscan

    Harford Vineyard Chilean Grape/Juice Pickup

    Well if not, one could hit it with some reduless too. Is this your thinking, what would you suggest? I was thinking this would be my personal choice if it were mine, using 5 to 6 grams of each on the next go, if it needed it. After that, :? :? :?
  18. Tnuscan

    No Fermentation

    I re-read your post and noticed you used EC-1118, this yeast always ferments dry for me, so you my be ok where your at. You'll have to warm it up to degass. After most fermentations a lot of the free SO2 gets bound, and does not leave you with a lot of protection, this is why you need the...
  19. Tnuscan

    No Fermentation

    Ok, if you didn't add k-meta at racking, and you added the bottle of wine to top up, Yes, let it sit at around 72 degrees or so. Since you were at 1.000 you might not of finished fermenting. Mine usually falls down around 0.996 to 0.994 or so. You could go two ways here: Assuming your topped...
  20. Tnuscan

    SO2 In Reds

    You da man, Johnd! :h
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