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Herve Jestin, oenologist and chief winemaker holding the cork after disgorging. The cork is usually a standard crown cap with a small plastic plug inside in the neck of the bottle. In this plastic plug the dead yeast cells are collected during the remuage (riddling). As you can see, there is not much yeast that needs to be removed Champagne Duval Leroy, Vertus, Cotes des Blancs, Champagne, Marne, Ardennes, France
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