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At the final stage of their aging, Armand de Brignac bottles are each riddled (turned) by hand – a process seldom done today and one that dates back to the early 1800s. Riddling is essential to the life of Champagne as it collects the sediment in bottles and deposits it near the bottle's mouth. Bottles are stored on a "Riddling Rack" at a 45 degree angle and our professional riddler turns up to 7000 bottles per hour
At the final stage of their aging, Armand de Brignac bottles are each riddled (turned) by hand – a process seldom done today and one that dates back to the early 1800s. Riddling is essential to the life of Champagne as it collects the sediment in bottles and deposits it near the bottle's mouth. Bottles are stored on a "Riddling Rack" at a 45 degree angle and our professional riddler turns up to 7000 bottles per hour
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