Red Star Ideal Blanc
(Formerly Pasteur Champagne)
Pasteur Champagne is a pressure of Saccharomyces Bayanus and has been derived from a pure tradition slant from the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France. This pressure has been standard within the U.S. since 1968. It produces a lively fermentation and has a very good tolerance to ethanol. Champagne Yeast will easily ferment grape musts and fruit juices to dryness with little residual sugar and has respectable tolerance to free sulfur dioxide.
This pressure is informed for all white wines, some reds and for fruit juices. Although this yeast is a little bit flocculent, it is not frequently used for gleaming wine. Pasteur Champagne has been informed for restarting caught fermentations and ferments finest between 15°-30° C (59°-86° F).
Alcohol Tolerance: 16-18% alc/vol
Weight (per percent): 0.18oz (5g)