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Restarting malolactic fermentation (MLF)

The key steps to take to restart your MLF effectively.

Difficulties in carrying out MLF in wine can have various origins:

  • Competition with residual yeasts.
  • Toxicity of the wine, presence of inhibiting compounds (ethanol, SO2, medium-chain fatty acids, pH).
  • Deficiency of the bacterial flora.
  • Lack of nutrients needed by the bacteria.

In our protocol, find appropriate answers to each of these situations and the key steps to take to restart your MLF effectively.

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Recommended LAFFORT® bacteria for restarting MLF

LACTOENOS® B16 STANDARD AND ITS REACTIVATOR

Oenococcus oeni strain with particular resistance to acidity, and its reactivator.

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