I will be picking up 6 gallons of late harvest vignoles when the rest of my grape and juice order is ready to be picked up close to the end of the month. They posted the brix of the juice which was at 25 almost 26 brix. I am thinking this is pretty low for a late harvest wine, most in my area are picked at 33-35 brix. The weathers changing quick now so that might be the issue. My question is should I bump up the brix/sg to the "norm" or just leave it be? Usually they are left with quite a bit of residual sugar and a lower alc which I could do with my freezer to cold crash it. But at 25ish brix that would keep it pretty low.