Purewine is a dilute (<3%) food grade solution of hydrogen peroxide specially manufactured for the purpose of reducing preservatives in wine.

It will probably result in some increased oxidation of the wine but no other harmful effects.

Generally there is lack of fresh aroma’s, the taste may seem a little flat and the colour will deepen (in whites) and brown (in reds).

When used as directed there is no noticeable change to the taste.

Yes, the addition of an extra 1-3 drops per bottle will ensure the level of preservatives is extremely low but there is a possibility the wine will show some signs of oxidation. Trial and error with your favourite wine is a good option.

Purewine’s active ingredient H2O2 is an approved additive under The National Health and Medical Research Council Food Standards Code 4.5.1

Purewine changes the harmful sulphites into harmless sulphates and are in tiny quantities, similar to the level found in drinking water.

As the wine is low in preservatives after treatment it will generally start to oxidise after 24 hours.

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