€60.98 (bez DPH)73.78 €
No sediment. No waiting. No residues.
Bento.Zero is a bentonite that results from Dal Cin’s research efforts. It takes into account modern fining concepts: a rapid process that respects and valorises the sensory characteristics of the product to be treated. Bento.Zero is particular thanks to its instantaneous preparation, the minimum quantity of water needed for the rehydration, the very low sediment and its protein stabilization efficacy.
Bento.Zero is used at low doses for wine finishing touches when a fast intervention in order to improve the protein stability is necessary without interfering with the product quality. In red wine it helps to remove fining residues: the efficacy of even low doses of Bento.Zero allows for the maintenance of structure, aromas and colour. It also avoids product losses associated with the lees and having to work with an abundant and flocculent sediment. In white wine stabilization the results are even more interesting, since it combines both a notable protein removal capacity with exceptionally reduced sediment even when used in high dosages. Bento.Zero, in higher doses is used in musts for static fining.
METHOD OF USE
“Dry” method: pour granules of Bento.Zero slowly in the mass to be treated. Pump over during the addition and for at least a half hour more, making sure that the product gets in contact with the whole mass. Then let it sediment and after 18-24 hours it is possible to continue with the next operations.
“Wet” method: pour Bento.Zero slowly into water in a 1:4 ratio and let it rest for 5 minutes, then mix energetically. A suspension will form rapidly and once it is homogenous it can be added to the mass to be treated while pumping over well. Then let it sediment and after 18-24 hours it is possible to continue with the next operations.
For finishing touches on white and red wines: from 5 to 30 g/hl. Static fining of white juices: up to 150 g/hl. Wines that require protein removal: up to 150 g/hl. For the “dry” method take into consideration higher dosages. It is advisable to conduct small scale preliminary trials to determine the best dosage for different usages.
1 kg and 15 kg bags.