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Mannolees™ Red Wine

White Wine

Improves wine quality by decreasing the perception of aggressive tannins, softening and increasing sweetness and mouthfeel/roundness perception, Pre-bottling MANNOLEESTM is a specific yeast mannoproteins preparation. Nowadays the consumer is demanding soft and round wines. A balance of sweetness, structure and astringency are key factors. In that context and considering the potential of yeast contribution beyond alcoholic fermentation (including aging on lees), mannoproteins have been investigated and their impact on wine sweetness was validated. Moreover, mannoproteins contribute to tartaric and proteic stability of wines.
No Brett Inside™ Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

To fight against Brettanomyces and preserve the aromatic qualities of wines At the end of fermentation Technical Datasheet Brettanomyces bruxellensis are a threat to wine quality. These yeasts are capable of developing in difficult media (high alcohol, nutrient deficient and high SO2), at all stages of vinification, and are responsible for the production of undesirable aromatic compounds: volatile phenols (4-ethyl phenol, 4-ethyl guaiacol, and 4-ethyl catechol). These compounds give rise to the perception of disagreeable “animal-like” notes (leather, stable and barnyard) or pharmaceutical notes (Band-Aid® and medicinal). At low population levels (1 to 1000 CFU/mL), Brettanomyces constitute a threat, as they can produce these volatile phenols at any moment. Even when the concentrations of these phenols are weak or below perception thresholds, they can mask the wine’s varietal expression and intensity. In many regions, the volume of wine affected by Brettanomyces is significant. Currently, different preventive means are implemented to fight against Brettanomyces: - Good management of SO2 related to wine pH - Optimized alcoholic and malolactic fermentations - Lees management - Barrel hygiene and storage But these means are not always effective. No Brett Inside® represents an innovative and efficient tool for Brettanomyces control. No Brett Inside® is a natural polysaccharide extracted from a fungal source of chitin (Aspergillus niger). No Brett Inside® interacts to disrupt the Brettanomyces cell membrane causing elimination from the wine.
Noblesse® Developed in collaboration with the Institut Coopératif du Vin, France Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

Mouthfeel increase and roundness Add to the must or toward the enf of fermentation Technical Datasheet The inactivated yeast cells of a popular ICV selected yeast are now available for sulfur compound prevention during fermentation and aging. NOBLESSE™ also helps modify and stabilize the wine’s colloidal balance, resulting in: • Increased perception of ripe fruit • More intense structure, initial mouthfeel volume and rounded finish • Decreased perception of “sawdust/sap” in wines aged in new barrels • Decreased perception of harsh, chemical and burning sensations • Stimulation of malolactic fermentation. Dosage recommendation: Add 20-30 g/hL of NOBLESSE™ to the must, or toward the end of fermentation.
Opti-Red™ Developed by Lallemand Red Wine

For round and smooth tannins Add to must or toward the end of fermentation Technical Datasheet Opti-Red® is a unique natural yeast preparation that undergoes a specific refining process resulting in a high level of polyphenol-reactive yeast cell wall polysaccharides. Opti-Red® is used at the beginning of red wine fermentations to obtain fuller bodied, more color stable, smooth palate wines. Using Opti-Red® in the must provides early polysaccharide availability for the complexing with polyphenols as soon as they are released and diffused. This early complexing results in red wines with more stable color, rounder mouthfeel and better harsh or green tannin integration. Opti-Red® can be used alone or in conjunction with enological macerating enzymes such as Lallzyme EX™. Using Opti-Red® towards the end of fermentation allows the winemaker to shape harsh polyphenols into smoother more approachable tannins. Dosage recommendation: Add Opti-Red® to the must at 227 g/ton (0.5 lb/ton) or 30 g/hL (2.4 lb/1000 gal) towards the end of fermentation.
Optilees Developed by Lallemand Red Wine

White Wine

Near the end of fermentation or post fermentation Technical Datasheet Opti-LEES™ is a specific inactivated yeast developed and produced from a strain selected for its autolysis behavior and polysaccharides release. Applied towards the end of alcoholic fermentation, Opti-LEES™ helps the management of wine aging on lees, enabling a better control of lees quality and a quicker “aging” effect thanks to the release of polysaccharides content. Moreover a fraction of low molecular weight polysaccharides was characterized, which explains the impact observed on sweetness perception (From Fernando Zamora, Entretiens Scientifiques Lallemand, 2011).
OptiMUM White™ Developed by Lallemand White Wine

Rosé Wine

Added early during fermentation Technical Datasheet OptiMUM-White is a new, specifi c natural yeast derivative rich in antioxidant properties (glutathione) and polysaccharides. Specific inactivated yeast rich in glutathione (GSH rich SIY) were developed for the protection of the quality of white and rosé wines against oxidation phenomena responsible for colour browning and loss of aromas. This innovation was first introduced by Lallemand (Patent N°WO/2005/080543) in 2003. Since then, our knowledge and experience has been enriched by several trials under various vintage conditions. More recently the production process of these GSH-rich SIY was optimized by Lallemand in order to improve the TRUE glutathione content and as a result Lallemand has replaced OptiWhite with OptiMUM-White. OptiMUM-white has nearly double the TRUE glutathione level when compared to its predecessor OptiWhite. • Added to the juice at the beginning of alcoholic fermentation, the unique properties of OptiMUM-White protect against oxidation. • In terms of aromatic quality, the wine better expresses and preserves the thiols and esters after one year of bottle aging. • Contributes to and enhances wine complexity and has a smoothing effect to bring more roundness to the wine.
Reduless® Developed by Lallemand Red Wine

White Wine

Sulphur defect management Add to finish wine Technical Datasheet REDULESS™ is a unique-yeast derived product formulated to reduce sulfur off-aromas and improve the overall wine quality. Sulfur off-aromas are common defects that are sometimes very difficult to remove or mask in wine, and can be the result of biological and non-biological factors that diminish the fruit and contribute to aggressive mouthfeel sensations. REDULESS™ has been developed for red and white wine treatment to: • Reduce H2S, DMS, DES and other sulfur-related defects in wine • Increase overall quality of the wines (more mouthfeel, fewer phenol-related off-flavors). Dosage recommendation: Add 10 to 15 g/hL, depending on the severity of the sulfur defect in the wine.

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