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waist

French term with several meanings in viticulture. In connection with the Weingarten works this is the pruning (tailler = cut) or the training system meant. In the production of champagne is called “waist” the must from a pressing process. In this case, “tailoring” (failure) means the turning of the mash cake after a pressing process, before another Press he follows. Depending on the number of times such a turn is made, a distinction may be made between premières and deuxièmes Tailles (but the deuxièmes Tailles may no longer be used for champagne since 1992). In German-speaking countries, this corresponds to that Most funeral, The must from the first pressing process is called Cuvée or Tête de cuvée,

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