LALVIN BA11™ (500g)

Item No.015117
Price $49.2
Per Each
Excl. Tax
Available
Each

Description

LALVIN BA11™

Strong fermenter for aromatic white wines

LALVIN BA11™ promotes clean aromatic characteristics with subtle notes of spice, pineapple, citrus, and stone fruit. Can enhance floral notes in certain varietals.
  • Fermentation starts quickly and attention should be paid to nutrient requirements, especially in high sugar juice
  • Will release polysaccharides quickly with lees stirring
  • Saccharomyces cerevisiae cerevisiae strain
  • Selected in 1997 near the Estação Vitivinicola de Barraida, Portugal
Frequently used in: Riesling, Viognier, Pinot blanc, Gewürztraminer, rosé, Muscat, Rhône whites, aromatic whites, cider
Alcohol Tolerance: 16%
Nitrogen Needs: HIGH
Temp. Range: 59-77°F

Specifications

Brand
Lallemand
Alcohol Tolerance
16% ABV
Competitive Factor
Sensitive
Fermentation Speed
Moderate
Malolactic Compatibilty
Good
Maximum Temperature
25°C (77°F)
Minimum Temperature
10°C (50°F)
Nutrient Demand
High
Species
S. cerevisiae

LALVIN BA11™ (500g)

Item No.015117
Price $49.2
Per Each
Excl. Tax
Available
Each

LALVIN BA11™

Strong fermenter for aromatic white wines

LALVIN BA11™ promotes clean aromatic characteristics with subtle notes of spice, pineapple, citrus, and stone fruit. Can enhance floral notes in certain varietals.
  • Fermentation starts quickly and attention should be paid to nutrient requirements, especially in high sugar juice
  • Will release polysaccharides quickly with lees stirring
  • Saccharomyces cerevisiae cerevisiae strain
  • Selected in 1997 near the Estação Vitivinicola de Barraida, Portugal
Frequently used in: Riesling, Viognier, Pinot blanc, Gewürztraminer, rosé, Muscat, Rhône whites, aromatic whites, cider
Alcohol Tolerance: 16%
Nitrogen Needs: HIGH
Temp. Range: 59-77°F

Specifications

Brand
Lallemand
Alcohol Tolerance
16% ABV
Competitive Factor
Sensitive
Fermentation Speed
Moderate
Malolactic Compatibilty
Good
Maximum Temperature
25°C (77°F)
Minimum Temperature
10°C (50°F)
Nutrient Demand
High
Species
S. cerevisiae