The process that causes tiny particles to group together is called “flocculation.” The traditional method (Méthode Champenoise) of manufacturing sparkling wine involves this intended process.
The lees will flocculate and gradually travel toward the bottle neck during the second fermentation that takes place in the bottle (i.e., the traditional method).
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