Remuage

WE AIM FOR EXCELLENCE, AT EVERY TURN.

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THERE ARE TIMES WHEN WE TURN THE WHOLE CELLAR UPSIDE DOWN.

After ageing, each bottle has some yeast residues left at the bottom. To eliminate them, we gently turn the bottles upside down and rotate them with a well-defined rhythm so that the residues slide towards the entrance of the neck, in contact with a special cap.

This cap is fitted with a bidule, a small plastic cylinder into which the residues slowly slide and accumulate.

CURIOSITIES.
Did you know what pupitres are?
Did you know what pupitres are?

Pupitres were once commonly used but today they have been replaced by equipment that is automatic and above all safer. Each pupitre is a wooden rack consisting of two solid panels joined at the top by a hinge. Each panel has 60 circular holes, making a total of 120 holes, shaped so as to allow bottles to be inserted by the neck, so they can gradually assume the various positions required in the different phases of remuage.

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CULTIVATION
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HARVEST
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PRESSING
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FIRST FERMENTATION
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CREATION OF THE CUVÉE
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BOTTLING
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AGEING
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REMUAGE
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