I managed to remove this H2S problem i was having with my wine. After 2 doses of Reduless I believe the smell is gone now and I've done a final racking and closed the bottles back up for another month or so. I wanted to post this to ask what, if anything special, should be the next steps after this. I tasted the wine before racking and its pretty good. It is also clarifying at a decent rate. So the questions are: What should I expect over the next couple of months? Should I do anything or add anything extra next time I rack the wine to accelerate the clarification process? I have the bottles in my basement which maintains a nice cool temperature typically. I plan on leaving them down there till the second week of December (about a month from now) and then rack it again. I will also likely bring the bottles outside into the cold once or twice as I read this is also good to accelerate clarification and to ensure the fine lees ends up at the bottom of the carboy. My understanding is, at this point, its just a long haul of waiting and racking occasionally and nothing more should be required aside from run of the mill maintenance. eg. Just let nature take it's course. Also, at what point do you folks make the determination it's time to bottle? Is it just a question of time or should the wine have a certain level of clarity before deciding to bottle it?