Heat stability


Heat stability testing predicts potential haze formation. Analysis requires 750mL sample volume.


The heat stability test is a good predictor of stable wine clarity. The wine sample is heated to 80 degrees Celsius (about 176F) for two hours, then tested by nephelometry for “haze”.
For an additional fee, any sample showing significant haze can be put through a “fining trial” using bentonite or other agent to determine a recommended fining regimen to achieve the desired stability and clarity. Analysis requires 750mL sample volume.


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