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Mechanical alternative to the tedious manual remuage (shaking) in the production of Champagne . The bottles are stuck in a cage-like metal frame and are rotated at regular intervals so that the yeast in the bottle neck for the later dégorgement (remove) gathers. The device or method was in 1968 by two French winemakers Claude Cazals and Jacques Ducion patent pending. The Champagne winemaking station shows great interest very quickly, signed a exclusive contract, and made attempts. The system continued until the middle but by the 1970s. The first big users were Codorníu in Spain, and Marne et Champagne, Heidsieck a...
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