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Old 04-05-2012, 08:07 PM   #1
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i've never seen this before in any other batches of wine that i've made, worried that it might be Flowers of Wine, any ideas or suggestion?
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Old 04-05-2012, 09:54 PM   #2
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what kind of wine is it??


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its mango thats from rubicon juice, couldn't afford to get that ammount of mangos needed lol
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Tough to tell from the pic, looks like yeast & foam to me. You might check this out for more info, scroll down for flowers of wine: http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/problems.asp
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thanks, its settled down a bit now, but foam on the top is still there, but its probs nothing, but theres a 4 inch deep layer at the bottom of the 'john thats cloudy, i dont undertand cause i've added pectolase, maybe its cause mangos are a pulpy fruit?
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thanks, its settled down a bit now, but foam on the top is still there, but its probs nothing, but theres a 4 inch deep layer at the bottom of the 'john thats cloudy, i dont undertand cause i've added pectolase, maybe its cause mangos are a pulpy fruit?
Yes, I would expect that that the lees would be full of the pectin and pulp of the fruit. If it's slowed down, I'd rack to another vessel and top up a bit and see how it goes.
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it kind of reminds me of a keeved cider. If the mangoes were high in pectin and solids than the co2 could float them just like in a keeved cider.
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thanks eveyone, put my mind at rest, as long as a dont have to dump it, should i transfer it to another 'john asap, or can i wait to my other 'john becomes free? (i set both off at the same time.)


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