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English name for containers (also trash cans or garbage containers). In viticulture, this includes - especially in Australia and New Zealand - a certain and mostly limited quantity (batch) of a wine that has been vinified or aged in a specific manner and stored in a separate area (section) of the cellar , This can, for example, a specific barrel (barrels) or a certain number of bottles Be (boxes). This quantity of wine, or the cellar section / area or storage place is provided with a bin number to mark it. Different bin numbers of the same origin wine can thus represent different types of development, wine styles or even different qualities. In part, a bin number is already in the vintage for a given, selected quantity of grapes (Rebgut container), which is then processed separately and specifically. It is also common on the label to give the bin number, which allows clear conclusions on, for example, the wine preparation method.

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