Tannin has three functions in wine. It will increase the zesty flavor of wine, especially in home recipes. Tannin also acts as a clarifier, neutralizing residual proteins and particles. Finally, it plays a significant role in the aging qualities of wine. Wines deficient in tannins improve only marginally over time and will actually deteriorate. The robust red wines that age for years, even decades, develop more complex flavors because of the abundance of tannins present in the wine.
Dry form of premium Slovakian wine tannin from the heart of the European/Spanish Chestnut tree. Use 1/4 teaspoon per gallon for white or rosé wine must: 1/3 teaspoon per gallon for red wine must; 1/2 teaspoon per gallon for fruit wine must.
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