Pressoir à levier de Champvallon

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The lever press, which has been in the Champ Vallon region since at least the 18th century is surprisingly large. The 6 ton device, measuring 9 metres in length, perfectly illustrates some of the well-known wine-making techniques, employed since the Middle Ages. The press which is made entirely from wood, demonstrates the age-old ingenuity of man with regard to wine production.


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Last update : 09/05/2019

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