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Winery point

Designation (also shake line, shake strip, French marque) for a marking made with chalk or paint on the bottle bottom of Sparkling wine bottles that according to the traditional Méthode champenoise with manual remuage (Vibration) are produced. As a rule, the bottle is rotated an eighth (45 °) or a quarter (90 °) and made steeper during a shaking process. The marking serves as a positioning aid for the remueur (jogger) or makes it easier to see the extent of rotation. The Austrian sparkling wine producer Schlumberger attaches the winery point to the bottles in a permanent form for marketing reasons and thereby guarantees the Method classique, See the individual sparkling wine production steps below champagne,

Winery point - Remugae and bottle bottom with winery point

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