A debate is underway in Champagne over whether there should be a mandatory resting period for wines following disgorgement, previous to bottles are released on the market.
Supporters of a minimum resting period following disgorgement believe the rule could increase the overall quality image of Champagne on the market. Decanter.com understands that a recent meeting saw 19 out of 20 chefs de caves vote in favour of introducing a minimum cellaring period for Champagnes after disgorgement, although no specific time period was agreed.A spokesperson for the Comite Champagne, the regional trade body, told Decanter.com that the measure was one of several issues being discussed. ‘We do not have any deadline on this thought,’ said Comite Champagne spokesperson Thibaut Le Mailloux. ‘Such a project will [only] take place if an covenant is found amongst the growers and houses.’Disgorgement, which is the removal of yeast cells after second fermentation and prior to
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