DetailsWhite Labs Sweet Mead/ Wine yeast leaves residual sweetness in the wine. This strain is good for blush styles like White Zinfandel, sweet ciders, Gewurztraminer, Riesling, and sweet meads.
- Details & Instructions
Ideal Temperature Range (°F) 70-75°F Attenuation (%) <75% Flocculation Low Alcohol Tolerance (%) 15% Rate of Fermentation Moderate Foam Production Low Nutrient Requirements Normal H2S Production Low SO2 Production Low Profile Mead/Cider
5.0 / 5.02 ReviewsThe best wine yetUsed this in conjunction with some organic red grape juice and a few bottles of cherry to make the best, most flavorful wine I've made to date. The result is a fruity and sweet, delicious blend of flavors. I made 6 gallons and turned out to be about 12%. I would compare this to a dessert wine or much like a concord grape Manischewitz. If you want sweet, this can't be beat!September 3, 2018Purchased
8 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 7 answersI have a one gallon carboy; can I use only part of the yeast, refrigerate and use for four more batches?BEST ANSWER: Honestly, I would go through the proper steps of making a yeast starter. This will do 2 things for you. #1 it will make sure you have a proper amount of healthy thriving yeast. You don’t want to find out you have dead yeast after pitching into your must so best to make a starter. #2 the starter should provide you with enough healthy yeast to store for later batches if done properly.What is the species name for this yeast WLP720 Sweet Mead/Wine?BEST ANSWER: I am not sure, I have used it as n all of my honey meads from orange, strawberry, cherry, plum. Very happy with the results