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The wine kit that I am making uses isinglass for fining and recommends storing the wine at 70 degrees during the process. In the past I've used gelatin in my beers to clear and I know that it works better when stored cold. Does this hold true for isinglass? Or should I still store the recommended 70 degrees?

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According to this, 70 sounds good. Around 60 is recommended for beer.

http://www.practicalbrewing.co.uk/main/fining/page5.html

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