Stirring revelation

>> Friday, 30 January 2009


Oak barrels for fermenting and aging white wine. One barrel has the wooden end removed and replaced by a plexi glass sheet to allow inspection of the wine or must inside. Detail of the edge of the barrel where you can see the dead yeast cells that have fallen down to the bottom of the barrel.
When you do batonnage, stirring of the lees, this deposit is again put in suspension.

Domaine Yves Cuilleron, Chavanay, Ampuis, Rhone, France, Europe.

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