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Lalvin 71B-1122 Dry Wine Yeast

Lalvin 71B-1122 Dry Wine Yeast

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71B is a very fast starting strain that produces round, smooth, more aromatic wines that mature quickly. Great for blush and residual sugar white wines. Lots of aroma and an alcohol tolerance of 14%. 59 to 86 degree fermentation range.

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mead making
Zach B on Nov 22, 2022
Creates a great wine and also reduces acid
Jason L on Sep 28, 2022
mead making
Zach B on Nov 22, 2022
mango wine
Chris F on Nov 19, 2022
Creates a great wine and also reduces acid
Jason L on Sep 28, 2022
Great for my Currant wine
Richard Rizzo on Sep 21, 2022
I've used it before
Bill on Sep 19, 2022
Recommended in your Norton grape article
Stan S on Sep 16, 2022
Always works
Andrew Stephen H on Sep 13, 2022
For rose
Joe G on Sep 12, 2022
It fits the mead I am making quite well
Damien A on Aug 10, 2022
f/ Edelweiss grapes first crop
PAUL P on Jul 26, 2022
Trying mead making
Andrew B on Apr 1, 2022
for berry wine
Valued C on Mar 17, 2022
Great yeast for most mead
Damien A on Mar 2, 2022
To help my mead/cider game
Jeffry B on Feb 19, 2022
it works well
sean k on Jan 22, 2022
mango wine
Chris F on Nov 19, 2022
Great for my Currant wine
Richard Rizzo on Sep 21, 2022
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Cyzer
I have been using this yeast for a few years for my cyzer. It provides predictable results. I always re-hydrate along with Go Ferm Protect.
August 26, 2022
Purchased
3 months ago
Rated 2 out of 5
8g - Repackaged by Cellar Science
The 8g pack has been repackaged by Cellar Science. It says to use within 6 month and there is no packaged date or best by date on it.

Mead is not fermenting, most likely this unlabeled bag is old. I bought it less than 2 months ago.

Get the 5g package instead, it is probably the official packaging by Lalvin and will last longer.
July 4, 2022
Purchased
6 months ago