HANDCRAFT GOES DISCO

Like any other wine champagne benefitted from the enology innovation of the late 1960ties. But nevertheless there is still some artisan and handcraft involved. For example if Benoît Gouez, Chef de Cave at Moët & Chandon since 2005, shares an 1878 Rosé with his friends, he needs the help of Eric, the man: Eric has the know-how and all the skills in the world to open this bottle with 80 year old tools and a craftsmanship, which passed since 300 years from generation to generation. In this column we are going to show these old customs to the new generation: HANDCRAFT GOES DISCO.

HANDCRAFT GOES DISCO with Moët & Chandon's Eric I


HANDCRAFT GOES DISCO with Moët & Chandon's Eric II

HANDCRAFT GOES DISCO on a winter day February 2013 with Hervé Jestin at Château d'Avize: Snow cold Champagne going violent.

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