I know this has been asked a thousand times. I think I have those down to a T but I want to make sure my wines are getting enough sulphites. Upon adding 4G of Sulphites during degassing and clearing, I rack in roughly three weeks for bulk aging after that and let it sit for 2 months more before either racking or bulk aging further. At this point I add an additional 1/4 tsp even if I'm bottling. Is this sufficient for the Sulphites or should I be adding more after racking from clearing? If I was looking to bulk age further which I am, I don't anticipate racking any further so is the wine safe to sit for 6 months in this state with no sulphite Additions? Example of what I do (basically Sulphites every 3 months) January-Clearing and degassing -4G sulphite February- rack wine into carboy, no Sulphites March- aging, no sulphites April- rack wine and add 1/4 tsp sulphites If this is fine do I need to add more Sulphites if the wine is not being racked further past this say in 6 months? I would think racking is not required since I don't imagine much sediment dropping after the last racking at the initial 3 months.