There are many factors that contribute to the making of a great wine. From the regional origin of the grapes to the fermentation & ageing conditions of the finished wine, there are a lot of variables and few constants in the world of wine making. If there is one area of consistency that a winemaker must have, it is in the quality of their yeast.
Lalvin® yeast by Lallemand is trusted by some of the world’s best-known professional winemakers to give them the performance they need time after time, and that same reliability is found in our Lalvin® yeast and bacteria strains for the home winemaker. Every Lalvin® product goes through rigorous scientific testing at each phase of production, guaranteeing the same high quality results with every batch. We offer a variety of strains that compliment a full range of wine making styles, giving you the characteristics you are looking for with the unmatched ease-of-use that only active dry yeast can provide.
Make sure your next great wine starts with great yeast.
Lalvin 71B™ has been isolated and selected by INRA Narbonne (France), for its ability to produce a high level of esters (isoamyl ester), allowing it to reinforce the aromatic profile of wines fermented from neutral varieties.
Lalvin Bourgovin RC212™ has been isolated in the Burgundy region of France, by the Bureau Interprofessionel des Vins de Bourgogne (BIVB) for its ability to highlight the Pinot Noir grape variety qualitative potential, especially in regards to the polyphenols.
Lalvin EC1118™ has been selected in a famous sparkling wine region for its excellent properties in producing sparkling base wine as well as “in-bottle” secondary fermentation.
Lalvin D47™ has been isolated in France in the Côtes-du-Rhône area by the ICV (Institut Coopératif du Vin) to produce full-bodied barrel-fermented Chardonnay and other white varietal grapes.
Lalvin ICV K1-V1116™ was initially isolated in 1972 by Pierre Barre of the INRA Montpellier. It is one of the most floral ester-producing yeasts.
Lalvin QA23™ was selected in Portugal by the University of Tras os Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD) in cooperation with Viticultural Commission of Vinhos Verdes region.