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French term with several meanings in viticulture. In connection with the Weingarten works is thus 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, "waisting" (failure) is understood to mean the turning of the mash cake after one pressing operation before another Press he follows. Depending on the number of times such a turn is made, one differentiates if necessary in premières and deuxièmes Tailles (the deuxièmes Tailles but may not be used since 1992 for the champagne). In German-speaking countries this corresponds to the Most funeral, The must from the first pressing process is called Cuvée or Tête de cuvée,

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