> I would rack and sulphite with 100 ppm, and use Claro KC. Have not used it
> (haven't had to yet), but have heard that it will clear anything because it
> reacts both on inorganic and organic substances.
I have no idea what problem is causing the milkiness but Claro KC is a
brand name for sparkalloid that has an additional packet of Chitin
(which is derived from shellfish). Since Isinglass is also a derivitave
of sealife (fish scales along with other stuff) it may compound the
problem. I can't remember whether or not the poster said he filtered
the wine but I might try that as a last ditch effort.
> > Isinglass was used first to clear the wine, but it turned the wine milky or
> > creamy looking. After two weeks, still nothing happened, wine was still
> > milky looking.
> > Added sparkalloid...one week later the spklloid has settled, but the wine
> > is still milky looking.