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In the French areas Armagnac. Burgundy and in the Champagne Used, thick-bellied barrel type in viticulture. However, the volumes are slightly different in the individual wine regions. The classic "Pièce Bourguignonne" the Côte d'Or holds 228 liters in the Beaujolais and Mâconnais used 215 liters, as well as used in Champagne 205 liters. Traditionally, the barrel tires used to be painted black (compared to the bright, marked barrels). The height of the stocky barrel is just under 90 centimeters, the strength of the staves 30 millimeters. In size and shape it is similar to the classic one oak barrels (225 liters), but is a bit stocky. See also a list of all barrels below drum types as well as under wine vessels,

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