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Winery point

Designation (also shaking stroke, Rüttelstreifen, French marque) for a by means of chalk or color attached marking on bottle bottom from Sparkling wine bottles that after the traditional Méthode champenoise with manual remuage (Shaking) are produced. As a rule, the bottle is further rotated by one-eighth (45 °) or quarter (90 °) in a shaking and steeper. The marking serves the Remueur (jogger) as a positioning aid or makes it easier to recognize the range of rotation. The Austrian sparkling wine cellar Schlumberger For marketing reasons, the cellar point is attached to the bottles in a permanent form, thereby guaranteeing that Méthode classique, See the individual sparkling production steps below champagne,

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