ICV-D47 Dry Wine Yeast (5 g)

ICV-D47 Dry Wine Yeast (5 g)

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This strain was isolated from grapes grown in the C�tes-du-Rh�ne region of France by Dr. Dominique Delteil, head of the Microbiology Department, Institut coop�ratif du vin (ICV), in Montpellier. ICV D-47 strain was selected from 450 isolates collected between 1986 and 1990.

The ICV D-47 is a low-foaming quick fermenter that settles well, forming a compact lees at the end of fermentation. This strain tolerates fermentation temperatures ranging from 15� to 20�C (59� to 68�F) and enhances mouthfeel due to complex carbohydrates. Malolactic fermentation proceeds well in wine made with ICV D-47. Recommended for making wines from white varieties such as Chardonnay and ros� wines. An excellent choice for producing mead, however be sure to supplement with yeast nutrients, especially usable nitrogen.

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Weight 0.02LBS
Weight5 G
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For Rose Fermentation
Michael G on Aug 28, 2019
Valued C on Jun 17, 2019
For Rose Fermentation
Michael G on Aug 28, 2019
To ferment mead
Ryan on Jun 27, 2019
Valued C on Jun 17, 2019
Wine making
MIKE R on Jan 29, 2019
Making Mead
Patrick S on Dec 15, 2018
works great
mike on Dec 1, 2018
Making mead
Crue K on Nov 24, 2018
I like D47 for white wines. It reduces the acid and the flavors seem to better.
Maureen B on Sep 26, 2018
To Make Mead
Charles E on Sep 25, 2018
Nicholas F on Aug 7, 2018
Good reviews
Geoff W on Jun 8, 2018
Because of your yeast guide
Christopher A on Apr 13, 2018
To ferment mead
Ryan on Jun 27, 2019
Wine making
MIKE R on Jan 29, 2019
Will this packet be enough yeast for 4 gallons of mead?
Matthew Shrader on Jul 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It’s sufficient to turn five gallons of grape juice into wine!

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Wine & mead
Excellent for meads and most fruit wine.
May 16, 2018
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