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October 19, 2021

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ErikVA

Great story as usual. Do you know how often they have to top up the barrels and if natural winemakers tend to follow similar topping up schedules?

Bert

Thanks Erik,
I haven't any ready answer on that topic, topping up is usually done once a week if I remember but it depends of the humidity level of the cellar and of the willingness of the winemaker. Some, like Anders Frederik Steens, never top up their barrels and the wines turn out fine...

Le Vingt

Burgundy....I miss my homeland so much !!!

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