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impregnating procedure (GB)

Manufacturing process (also impregnation or carbonization) for one Perlwein (simple sparkling wine), as is customary in the production of soft drinks. This wine is under pressure in a tank carbon dioxide fed. Then the bottling, In rare cases, it is also injected directly into the bottles, which is considerably more time-consuming. So there is no bottle fermentation or Méthode charmat (Tankärung). The gas is not very stable and the foam releases with relatively large bubbles (French yeux de crapauds = toads eyes). That means the Perlfähigkeit is very low. This procedure must be on the label by "with added carbon dioxide" or "Vin de mousseux gazéifié".

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