Michigan wine makers are gaining prominence every day, collectively building Michigan’s reputation as one of the premier regions for winemaking. Those within the state, around the country and even the world are taking notice.
Part of the reason: State pride. Michigan vineyards and wineries love Michigan ingredients. In fact, Michigan beet sugar is one of our best-selling ingredients to commercial wineries.
Sugars & Sweeteners For Wine Makers
Bremer has been providing commercial wine making supplies such as sugar for generations. Sugar is often used in a common winemaking practice known as chaptalization. This is a process where winemakers add sugar before fermentation, often to increase the alcohol content of the wine. Often misinterpreted as a method for making wine sweeter, chaptalization is used to provide the yeast with more sugar, which in turn ferments into alcohol.
If you’re a wine maker in Michigan, chances are you have an affinity for pure Michigan beet sugar. We do too. If that’s what you want, that’s what we’re going to get for you.
Enhance Your Profile
Food grade chemicals like citric acid, malic acid and tartaric acid often define the unique taste of your wine. Enthusiasts want a distinct and pleasurable flavor they can expect from every bottle. With a reliable network of our own delivery equipment that travels the entire state, you’ll have the confidence you’re getting the ingredients you want in the quantities you need, every time—meaning your wine’s characteristics will likewise be consistent.