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Australian Shiraz - RJS En Primeur Winery Series

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Australian Shiraz - RJS En Primeur Winery Series

SKU: 41571

This medium-bodied wine features Genuwine Winery Dried Grape Skins and untoasted American oak shavings. Warm black fruit and berries entice the nose, while concentrated flavours of red fruit, oak and chocolate round out the experience.

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This medium-bodied wine features Genuwine Winery Dried Grape Skins and untoasted American oak shavings. Warm black fruit and berries entice the nose, while concentrated flavours of red fruit, oak and chocolate round out the experience.

En Primeur Winery Series offers an exquisite array of old and new world wines from which to build your cellar.
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Wine Recipe Type Other Red
Type Red
Body Full
Sweetness Dry
Oak Intensity Medium

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what yeast is used for shiraz?
A shopper on Sep 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Although undue, as I recall, the kit provides EC1118 which is fine and very dependably ferments to dry. However, I used Syrah yeast from Enoferm which I buy from More Winemaking. I think it brings out a little more of the unique variatial characteristics. I have not tried it with Shiraz/Syrah but suspect the Red Star Premier Rouge would work as well.
The directions state to use a solid bung rather then an airlock during secondary fermentation? It is the first kit I have made that has this, can a airlock be used with acceptable results?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You should use an airlock for secondary fermentation, step 2. You use a solid bung only after the specific gravity is 0.998 or lower and after completing the instructions for stabilizing and clearing, step 3. The ongoing fermentation during secondary will pop the solid bung out as the yeast continue to consume the remaining sugar, producing carbon dioxide.

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