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You could try adding some pectolase, mix it up and see if that fixes it. If that doesn't would I would try adding some stronger finings such as the Youngs 2 part sachet. These have never failed me. Failing all of that I suppose the last resort would be to use a wine filter.
On the safe side I have always ensured that I remove the fruit after around a week. If its a fruit that I want to ensure I get a lot of flavor out of I would make sure its chopped up and mashed. If its a really easy fruit to go bad I would suggest added Campden tablets to the must, this will lower the risk of it turning bad. You could always try removing ...
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