Thank you in advance for anyone willing to lend their knowledge! I have about 10.5 gallons of a mix of Chardonel and Vidal Blanc must that has already gone through primary fermentation (.25 brix at this moment) and racked twice. The must is from crushed/pressed grapes grown in Western PA so I knew there would be high acidity. I did a PH test last night and I am at around 2.8-2.9, which seems extra acidic to me. I do not have the ability to cold stabilize, but I am ordering some Potassium Bicarbonate. The carboys are sitting in my basement at around 66-68 degrees. My question is - Do you think the Potassium Bicarbonate will do the trick to get me to 3.2 ph? I'd also like to MLF after raising the PH.