Bramble On Raspberry
May 24, 2021/0 Comments/by ABV
It looks like the most recent vintage of 'Bramble On Raspberry' is dropping a sediment which can be seen in the wine. The sediment is ellagic acid which is an anti-oxidant that forms naturally in raspberries. Some batches have higher levels of this anti-oxidant. Due to limited processing of our wines, in some cases, this will precipitate and form sediment in the wine.
The ellagic acid is harmless and tasteless and does not effect the quality of wine. Be sure to leave your 'Bramble On Raspberry' upright for about 10 minutes before serving so sediment drops to the bottom of the bottle.
Please also visit our post on 'wine crystals' to learn about other forms of sediment that naturally occur in our wines.
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