Hey everyone, I'm newer to wine making (just started my second batch today). I have a few questions: 1. I am bulk aging a Mezza Luna Red right now (added everything from the kit - sorbate, chitosan, meta bisulfite and degassed a lot) when I started bulk aging. I was planning on bulk aging for 6 months and bottling as long as it's totally clear. Bottle age for 3 months and then start drinking (9 months total aging). Are these agings appropriate for this wine? I've heard you at least need to bottle age for 3 months for bottle shock. True? 2. What other steps do I need during the bulk aging and bottling process? Rack a few more times (once every 3 months?)? Remember I added the metabisulfite at the beginning of bulk aging. Should I add K-meta when racking? How much Kmeta? When bottling, how much Kmeta to add to each bottle? 3. I have a 3 piece airlock on the glass carboy right now that I continually need to fill up with Kmeta (once a week or so) because of evaporation. How should I switch this to a S-airlock, which I've heard needs less maintenance? I don't want to let too much oxygen in during the switch... Is there a time to add it that would be better (ex. when racking - but not sure if I need to rack)? Sorry for all of the questions and thanks for the help!