Wine Tannin will improve the flavor of a dull wine. Tannin can be used with white wines that have not been exposed to oak to add astringency. Wine tannin can also add an earthy flavor to red wines. Use in conjunction with gelatin or isinglass for later fining as well.
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Seems to work just fine. I have not had any problem. Seems to be a good product for the money.
The tannin rounds out the flavor and adds structure. I start with 4 ounces and measure out quantities by the milligram. Once I find the right balance, ill multiply by the volume size and mix in the entire amount.
it takes some experience to know how much to use. I used a digital scale and started with 2 ounces of wine and 1/10 of a gram of tannin and did various taste tests to figure out how much I need. Next time it will be easier now that I have a base measurement.
After reading a couple of wine making books I started adjusting tannins on certain wines that were lacking. It really helps, and can save an insipid wine. It takes very little to have an impact so be careful.
It worked well and turned my dull wine into a good one. Its important that it get mixed in well.