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Champagne - The Aristocrat of Wines
Description: The story of Champagne.

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Clip #: MF-24C
Length: 4:55
Year: 1933
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Region: Europe
Country: France
Subject: Workers
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
1930s, France, map of France showing champagne region's proximity to Paris and other major cities, villages skylines near vineyards, men and women working in fields, harvest time, smiling female workers wearing bonnets, male workers loading baskets of picked ripe grapes onto cart to be transported to wine presses, celebration at end of harvest season, peasants holding hands and dancing around bonfire, wine presses, hydraulic jacks, juice gushing out of wine press and through basket, trucks carrying barrels of juice driving towards Reims Cathedral, Notre-Dame de Reims, stacked barrels in champagne establishment cellar, fermentation, male and female workers bottling and corking champagne using machines, baskets of champagne traveling on conveyor through corridors deep into champagne cave, rows of champagne racks in cellar, dust covered champagne bottles, male workers shaking and twirling champagne bottles in racks so that sediment settles at corks, necks of bottles being chilled and sediment removed when opened, male workers filling bottles with wine and liquor, male workers securing bottles with corks / muselets and putting foils / Pommery labels on, Champagne Pommery, rows of champagne bottles


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