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Bactiless™ Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

Control lactic and acetic acid spoilage bacteria Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet Bactiless™ is a 100% natural non-GMO and non-allergenic biopolymer from fungal Aspergillus niger origin which helps to control the bacteria population in wines. Bactiless™ formula helps to lower the viable acetic and lactic bacteria population allowing easy removal. Despite its effectiveness towards a wide spectrum of bacteria, Bactiless™ does not affect yeast population. Its antibacterial effect can be enhanced with the use of SO2, but it does not replace it, as Bactiless™ doesn’t have an antioxidant and antifungal effect. However, Bactiless™ can help to reduce the amount of SO2 needed to control lactic and acetic bacteria population. Bactiless™ helps to avoid the negative sensory impact caused by spoilage bacteria such as acetic acid and biogenic amines.
Fermaid K+ ™ Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

To compensate must deficiency in nitrogen & micronutrients Add 20 g/hL of FERMAID K+ approximately 6° Balling fermented down into the ferment. Do a second addition of 10 g/hL at the middle of the ferment. Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet FERMAID ® K+ is a blended complex yeast nutrient suitable for use in the alcoholic fermentation of grape must, fruit mashes or cereal mashes. Developed by Clayton Cone from Lallemand, proper use of FERMAID ® K+ reduces the occurrence of sluggish and stuck fermentations. FERMAID ® K+ helps the maximum cell density get through the stationary phase and complete alcohol fermentation as quickly and as efficiently as possible especially under limiting available nitrogen conditions. By neglecting to follow a proper nutrition and aeration strategy, the time for finishing fermentations can drag out over many take days and even weeks. Sluggish fermentations occupy much needed tank space for prolonged periods and, more importantly, they create conditions that allow the proliferation of wild yeasts and bacteria. Sluggish fermentations are microbiologically unstable and can lead to the growth of undesirable organisms, both yeast and bacteria, resulting in unwanted by-products.
Fermaid K™ Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

To compensate must deficiency in nitrogen & micronutrients Add at the end of lag phase (12.5 g/hL) and after 1/3 sugar depletion (12.5 g/hL) Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet The original and reliable Fermaid K™ is a blended complex yeast nutrient that supplies inorganic nitrogen (DAP), organic nitrogen (alpha amino nitrogen), key nutrients (magnesium sulfate, thiamine, folic acid, niacin, biotin and calcium pantothenate) and inactivated yeast. It is best to add Fermaid K™ over two additions. The first addition is made at the end of the lag phase (6 to 12 hours after yeast inoculation) and the second addition is made around 1/3 sugar depletion (the end of exponential growth and the beginning of the stationary phase). With proper rehydration and handling, the yeast cell population should be at least 4 million cells/mL at inoculation. By the time the second Fermaid K™ addition is made, this population should have grown to about 100 million cells/mL. It is critical to remember that yeast are still reproducing during the stationary phase, and to do this effectively, especially in high sugar musts, they need oxygen as well as the components of Fermaid K™, including nitrogen (for protein synthesis), sterols and fatty acids (for maintaining alcohol resistance and permease activity). In addition, the inactivated yeast cell walls in Fermaid K™ adsorb medium-chain fatty acids that are toxic to yeast, and provide nucleation sites to help keep the yeast in suspension. Dosage recommendations: Add 12.5 g/hL (1 lb/1000 gal) Fermaid K™ at the end of the lag phase (beginning of alcoholic fermentation), and add 12.5 g/hL (1 lb/1000 gal) Fermaid K™ around 1/3 sugar depletion.
Fermaid O™ Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

To compensate must deficiency in nitrogen & micronutrients Beginning and 1/3 of the alcoholic fermentation Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet Fermaid O™ is the latest nutrient developed by our winemaking nutrient research team headed by Dr. Anne Ortiz-Julien. Fermaid O™ is a blend of inactivated yeast fractions rich in organic nitrogen. Fermaid O™ does not contain added ammonia salts (DAP) or micronutrients. The importance of organic nitrogen from yeasts is well known as a highly efficient nutrient source for wine yeasts, especially when compared to inorganic nitrogen from DAP. In addition, Fermaid O™ consistently produces lower heat of fermentation and lower levels of negative sulfur compounds, compared with DAP. With its high content of organic nitrogen, Fermaid O™ can help winemakers achieve steady fermentations, while limiting temperature peaks. When inorganic nitrogen (DAP) additions are NOT desired, the use of Go-Ferm? or GO-FERM PROTECT? and Fermaid O™ is recommended. With this combination, Go-Ferm or GO-FERM PROTECT provides needed micronutrients during yeast rehydration, and Fermaid O™ (when added at 1/3 sugar depletion) supplies critical nutrients and survival factors to help the yeast avoid stressed conditions. Note: In low nutrient situations, yeast available nitrogen may be insufficient to avoid fermentation problems. Dosage recommendations: Add 40 g/hL (3 1/2 lb/1000 gal) of Fermaid O , 20 g/hL at the end of the lag phase and another 20 g/hL around 1/3 sugar depletion.
Fermaid® AT Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

To compensate for must defiency in nitrogen Beginning and 1/3 of the alcoholic fermentation Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet FERMAID ® AT is a special complex yeast nutrient suitable for use in alcohol fermentation of grape must winemaking. Developed by Lallemand, the use of FERMAID ® AT reduces the occurrence of sluggish and stuck fermentations. FERMAID ® AT helps the maximum cell density get through the stationary phase and complete alcohol fermentation as quickly and as efficiently as possible especially under limiting available nitrogen conditions. FERMAID ® AT is a blended complex yeast nutrient that supplies a well-balance mix of inorganic (DAP) and organic nitrogen specific inactivated yeast, completed by thiamin. The thiamin allows a better assimilation of both nitrogen sources, and reduces the risk of off-flavors production. The inorganic mix is aimed at encouraging a more balanced metabolic fermentation outcome.
ML Red Boost™ Bacteria Red Wine

Nutrients for wine bacteria Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet ML RED BOOST™ is a malolactic fermentation nutrient specifically formulated from inactivated yeast fractions for the application of conducting malolactic fermentation (MLF) in challenging red wines with high maturity Malbec, Merlot, Syrah or Zinfandel wines. ML RED BOOST™ was developed by Lallemand after investigating lactic acid bacteria’s specific nutritional requirements as well as the role of specific yeasts fractions that improved the resistance of wine bacteria against the inhibitory effects of high polyphenolic contents in red wines. The bioavailability of certain peptides strongly favor the growth of Lallemand selected wine bacteria and the quality of specific polysaccharides included in ML RED BOOST™ are particularly effective in reducing the MLF duration especially under challenging red wine environments.
No Brett Inside™ Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

Defect management - To fight against Brettanomyces and preserve the aromatic qualities of wines At the end of fermentation Product Declaration Safety Datasheet 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.
Opti Malo Blanc™ Bacteria White Wine

Rosé Wine

To compensate must deficiency in nitrogen & micronutrients Nutrition for ML Bacteria in white wine Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet
Reskue™ Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

Restart stuck alcoholic fermentations Add Reskue™ to the must about 2/3rd of AF to prevent sluggish fermentation or in case of a curative treatment on a stuck AF. Treat the stuck must prior to the restart. Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet Grape must composition may have inhibiting toxic compounds that affect yeast viability and fermentative activity, and that are responsible for sluggish or stuck alcoholic fermentation. Inhibiting toxic compounds, such as Short and Medium Chain Fatty Acids (SMCFA) have been widely described for their inhibition of alcoholic fermentation. Actually, yeast cell-walls are commonly used to eliminate these SMCFA in order to enable a complete and steady fermentation. Pesticide residues (fongicide, herbicide, insecticide) can also seriously affect yeast viability and compromise the end of fermentation. Recent studies also showed that they can negatively impact the production of aromas (namely esters) and the wines fruit character (Noguerol-Pato et al, 2014). Reskue™ is a selected wine yeast cell-wall, well characterized at both biochemical and physical properties level, and possessing a high sorption capacity. Reskue™ is an efficient tool to remove SMCFA and pesticide residues.
Stimula Chardonnay™ Yeast White Wine

To optimize the volatile ester biosynthesis by the yeast. Added at 1/3 of AF. Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet Stimula Chardonnay™ is particularly rich in riboflavin, biotin, B6 vitamins and in Magnesium and Zinc. It will enhance the secondary aromatic metabolism and optimize the biosynthesis of aroma compounds and support the bioconversions of precursors to volatile esters until the end of fermentation.when added at 1/3 of fermentation
Stimula Sauvignon blanc™ Yeast White Wine

Supply the optimal levels of amino acids, sterols, vitamins and minerals known to optimize the aromatic yeast metabolism At the beginning of AF Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet Stimula Sauvignon blanc is particularly rich in panthotenate, thiamin, folic acid and zinc and manganese in order to optimize the uptake of 4MMP and 3MH precursors and their bioconversion to volatile thiols.
Go-Ferm Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

Use during active dry yeast rehydration Protectant for yeast rehydration Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet Lallemand’s collaboration with the INRA in Montpellier and other institutes throughout the world have confirmed the critical role of yeast micronutrients, but more importantly, it identified the most effective way to ensure that these micronutrients benefit the selected yeast. The result of this research was the development of Go-Ferm®, a natural yeast nutrient to avoid sluggish and stuck fermentations. Go-Ferm® is specific inactive yeast produced through a unique yeast biomass process fine-tuned to obtain high levels of certain essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids required for healthy yeast fermentations. The Go-Ferm® approach is to provide bioavailable micronutrients in the non-stressful environment of the yeast rehydration water, instead of the traditional method of adding micronutrients to the must. During rehydration, the yeast acts like a sponge, soaking up Go-Ferm®’s bioavailable nutrients. This direct contact between Go-Ferm® and the yeast in the absence of the must matrix avoids the chelation of key minerals by inorganic anions, organic acids, polyphenols and polysaccharides present in the must. It also prevents essential vitamins from being rapidly taken up by the competitive wild microflora or inactivated by SO2. By making key minerals and vitamins available to the selected yeast at the critical beginning of its stressful task, the yeast’s viability increases and fermentations finish stronger. The use of Go-Ferm® results in the significantly better overall health of yeast cells throughout the fermentation, affecting fermentation kinetics and resulting in a cleaner aromatic profile. Dosage recommendations: Use 30 g/hL (2.4 lb/1000 gal) of Go-Ferm® when rehydrating yeast to supply critical micronutrients. Note: This recommendation is based on a yeast inoculum of 25 g/hL (2 lb/1000 gal). If using more or less yeast, respect a ratio of 1 part yeast:1.25 parts Go-Ferm® Patent EP 13956649
Go-Ferm Protect Evolution™ Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

Use during active dry yeast rehydration Protectant during yeast rehydration Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet GO-FERM PROTERCT EVOLUTION™ optimizes the micronutrient bioavailability of GO-FERM™ with the added benefit of survival factor protection through the NATSTEP™ process. These survival factors include specific sterols and polyunsaturated fatty acids that strengthen the yeast membrane during rehydration, making it more resistant to fermentation stress. GO-FERM PROTECT EVOLUTION™ is used in the yeast rehydration water to create a suspension of miconutrients and survival factors that are bioavailable for selected yeasts. GO-FERM PROTERCT EVOLUTION™ is recommended in place of GO-FERM™ for very difficult fermentation conditions, such as: 1. High maturity conditions (>25°Brix) to protect yeast against osmotic shock, helping avoid high volatile production during fermentation. 2. High potential alcoholic conditions to Protect yeast against alcoholic toxicity, helping avoid sluggish fermentation finishes. 3. Over clarified juices to help supply key yeast survival factors. 4. Restarting stuck fermentation to protect and condition the "rescue yeast" against high alcohol conditions. 5. When oxygen additions are not possible during fermentation. Dosage Recommendations: Use 30 g/hL of GO-FERM PROTERCT EVOLUTION™ to stimulate and protect the rehydrating yeast (NOTE: This recommendation is based on a yeast inoculum of 25g/hL. If using more or less yeast, respect a ration of 1 part yeast:1.25 parts GO-FERM PROTERCT EVOLUTION™." is too long (20 characters max)
Go-Ferm Protect™ Yeast Red Wine

White Wine

Rosé Wine

Use during active dry yeast rehydration Protectant during yeast rehydration Product Declaration Safety Datasheet Technical Datasheet GO-FERM PROTECT® optimizes the micronutrient bioavailability of Go-Ferm with the added benefit of survival factor protection through the NATSTEP® process. These survival factors include specific sterols and polyunsaturated fatty acids that strengthen the yeast membrane during rehydration, making it more resistant to fermentation stress. GO-FERM PROTECT® is used in the yeast rehydration water to create a suspension of micronutrients and survival factors that are bioavailable for selected yeasts. GO-FERM PROTECT® is recommended in place of Go-Ferm® for very difficult fermentation conditions, such as: 1. High maturity conditions (>25° Brix) to protect yeast against osmotic shock, helping avoid high VA production during fermentation. 2. High potential alcohol conditions to protect yeast against alcohol toxicity, helping avoid sluggish fermentation finishes. 3. Over clarified juices to help supply key yeast survival factors.4. Restarting stuck fermentations to protect and condition the “rescue yeast” against high alcohol conditions. Dosage recommendations: Use 30 g/hL (2.4 lb/1000 gal) of GO-FERM PROTECT® to stimulate and protect the rehydrating yeast. Note: This recommendation is based on a yeast inoculum of 25 g/hL (2 lb/1000 gal). If using more or less yeast, respect a ratio of 1 part yeast:1.25 parts GO-FERM PROTECT®. GO-FERM PROTECT® replaces Fortiferm and ENOFERM PROTECT that were previously offered in North America.

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