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"should add campden tablets before bottling wine" might be a bit of an exaggeration, though they can be beneficial in case you want an extra insurance that nothing will go wrong while your wine ages in bottles. You can add the tablets as little as 30 minutes before you bottle. I wouldn't do it too long before bottling though, as that could also ...


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You don't have to add Campden, only if your recipe calls for it or if you plan to age your wine and preserve it for a longer period of time. Remember that metabisulphite is naturally present in grape must and its purpose is to protect your wine from oxygen. The recommended amount of free SO2 in a wine is between 25mg/L and 50mg/L which can be tricky to ...


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