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danyP
02/01/08 10:23 AM  
Re: Capping Belgian Bottles
hello ! oui, yes ! 29 mm et ! un bouchon ( cork)..

il faut parfois travailler un peu la machine !

mais normalemnt ca va .. j'ai changé cette machine cette année, car les capsules étaient trop ! serrées !

( not easy to explain ..)) ;-)

danyP
02/01/08 10:26 AM  
Re: Capping Belgian Bottles
also .. i have tryed these chamapgne style korks, but ! you need a real ! machine to get the Big style cork ..

this is made with ! pressure on it, by the machine .. for me .. too expensive .. it's the reason for i take capsules in place .. not so beautifull, but ... important is ..in.. ! the bottle ! ;-)

Baums
02/01/08 04:44 PM  
Re: Capping Belgian Bottles
Merci Dany.

Also--I prefer small corks and caps (like Fantome or Cantillon) because bottles with big champagne corks do not fit well in my refrigerator!

And the stuff in the bottle is good too...

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