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Stuck Fermentation Methods
Description: A stuck fermentation is defined largely as a sweet wine; particularly one which the winemaker intended to produce dry. The typical causes are high sugar fruit or inhibitors. The most difficult wines to ferment are those made from fruit with over 26 Brix in which the yeast coferment with bacteria. WHAT IS THE BEST METHOD FOR RESTARTING A SIMPLE STUCK FERMENTATION?
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