Checked the forum and did not find anything about the different types of sugars. I have some leftover Corn Sugar, can it be used for capitalization in wine making? All I see is refined sugar referenced.
"What Kind of Sugar
Pure white table sugar is very effective. This may be beet, cane or corn sugar. Wine yeasts consume these easily, leaving no residual flavors. Many winemaking retailers offer pure white corn sugar for winemaking. Avoid castor and brown sugar, or anything that contains molasses. This will give your wine an undesirable taste. There are fancier fermentable sugars if you want to be particular, but for today we’ll keep it simple."