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  1. Apr 15, 2019 #1

    Matias

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    Hello, Im new here. (im sorry, if my english is not good enough)
    • Ive just started a tiny white wine production made of 60% moscatel/30% torontel/ 10% white italy (22.5 Brix) in the Cachapoal Valley in Central Chile.
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    • Ive chosen a wild fermentation way of making this wine, I started 2 weeks ago, so the wine is almost ready. (It has now 12° Brix.)
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    I found this forum looking for ideas about how to filter it. So please your help, do anyone have try the vinebrite filter? or is better a Randall type?

    All comments or suggestions are welcomed
     
  2. Apr 15, 2019 #2

    sour_grapes

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    Welcome! I cannot help you with your question, but perhaps someone else can. Is this your first time making wine? You could just ignore filtering, and let your wine clear over time.
     
  3. Apr 15, 2019 #3

    Matias

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    Hello ! Yes, this is my first time making wine!
     

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