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Elaboration of our champagne

After dosing the cork will be pressed on the bottle, which is the start of a new phase in the aging process. As soon as the cork is arranged, it is covered with a capsule, and a ‘muselet’ (iron wire that holds the cork in the bottle). The bottles are then shaken, and their brightness is checked. They are then placed into the cellar again; within a few months they will be sold now. Before the bottles leave our basement, they are 'dressed': the cork and the ‘muselet’ are covered with a preformed aluminium foil, and fixed with a colourful band. On the bottle will be two labels: one at the front and one at the back. They contain interesting information and all legal or other mandatory particulars. In accordance with the regulations, champagne is always sold in the bottle in which it is manufactured.