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isinglass (GB)
colle de poisson (F)
colla di pesce, ittiocolla (I)

Name (also fish glue) for the fish bubbles (Hausen, sturgeon, catfish) won, eiweißhältiges Medium. Originally, only the bladder of Hausen (Beluga) was used, which is native to the rivers that flow into the Caspian and Black Sea. Today, however, are also used bubbles of other fish species, are best suited Beluga and sturgeon. The bubbles are cut open after the catch, softened in hot water and freed from the outer muscle layer and the blood. Even in the Middle Ages, the excellent effect was known. Hausenblase is positively charged electrically and therefore attracts negatively charged substances. It was before the development of filtration technology used to make a wine before bottling shine bright ( clear ) close. Today, the use for the removal of Mufftönen or in the form of mixed products by other means such as gelatin, The extraordinarily high Adsorption capacity is based on the high-molecular glue-like, strongly swelling protein bodies of the bubbles. It only needs about 1 g / hl of wine. Due to the relatively rapid perishability it can be easy too Schönungsfehlern come. See also below beautiful and winemaking,

Hausenblase - Hausen

By Daniel Döhne - Hausen , CC BY-SA 3.0 , Link

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