Can Mosti Mondiale wines undergo Malolactic Fermentation?
Technically, yes. Malolactic fermentation is a process by which bacteria turns malic acid into the more ‘buttery’ lactic acid. However, we don’t recommend malolactic fermentation because of the many factors out of our control, which can result in several things going wrong. Many winemakers do still wish to pursue a malolactic fermentation, but should be aware that they do so at their own risks – unfortunately, Mosti Mondiale cannot honor its 100% satisfaction guarantee on a wine with malolactic bacteria added to it. If you still intend to make your wine undergo malolactic fermentation, we strongly urge you to follow the malolactic bacteria manufacturer’s instructions very carefully.
All of our wines Ph and acidity levels have already been adjusted to optimal levels.