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Laffort Announces Zymaflore AlphaTD n.sacch New for 2010 Harvest

Posted on June 28, 2010

For your next harvests, LAFFORT offers Zymaflore AlphaTD n.sacch, a non-Saccharomyces yeast from the Torulaspora delbrueckii species: genuine expression of yeast biodiversity. Torulaspora delbrueckii, a species initially present in natural bloom flora, is a non-Saccharomyces yeast with no organoleptic defects, helping, in association with a S. cerevisiae, to restore yeast complexity during pre-fermentation and fermentation phases, producing richer wines from a sensorial perspective and ensuring fermentation safety.

However, a large number of different strains of this species exist. Our research work has led us to select AlphaTD n.sacch, a strain with particularly interesting fermentation and organoleptic qualities: very low volatile acidity production, pronounced aromatic diversity and intensity and a clear impact on volume and length on the palate.

Zymaflore AlphaTD n.sacch is consequently a key element for elaborating white, red or rosé wine with a high level of organoleptic complexity (aromatic and texture on the palate).

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