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December 19, 2010


Peter Vars

Always fascinating, but really good pictures on this one Bertrand! Would love to try this wine.

Mark Ryan

Very fascinating post. The video you linked to doesn't show the mechanized disgorgement process in much detail. We did a video a few years ago which highlights each step of the process (starting at 3:50):




Yann Mazabraud

As usual excellent, and magnificent pix !
Thank you.


Wonderful documentation. Thank you so much!

A question: When the bottles are topped up after disgorgement, are they topped with still wine?


Sorry for the late answer, it's the same wine wine which is used, meaning they take a disgorged bottle and top the others with it.

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