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Please enter your quantity of must or juice

liters or gallons

Please enter the current quantity of titratable acid in your must, juice or wine

tenths of a percent (g/ml)

Please enter the desired quantity of titratable acid  in your must, juice or wine

tenths of a percent (g/ml)

Recommendations to Increase Acidity
Please select from one of the acid options recommended below

To achieve your desired level of acid, the recommended amount of tartaric acid powder to be added to your must, juice or wine is grams or ounces which is approximately milliliters or teaspoons.

To achieve your desired level of acid, the recommended amount of malic acid powder to be added to your must, juice or wine is grams or ounces which is approximately milliliters or teaspoons.

To achieve your desired level of acid, the recommended amount of acid blend to be added to your must, juice or wine is grams or ounces which is approximately milliliters or teaspoons.

Recommendations to Decrease Acidity
To achieve your desired level of acid, the recommended amount of calcium carbonate (precipitated chalk) powder to be added to your must, juice or wine is grams or ounces which is approximately milliliters or teaspoons.

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