We use sodium hydroxide NaOh when we test for TA (acid levels). These are critical tests which affect critical decisions when adjusting your wine. You better make sure your NaOh is valid. Winemaking Professor Frank Renaldi shows you how to test your NaOh to be sure it still holds its normality. An old or reduced NaOh, can throw off all your reading and calculations – which results in poor wine.
What you'll get:
- An in depth video regarding the uses of NaOH in winemaking
- Step by step video about how to check your sodium hydroxide
- Written Instructions and Resources to Download
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