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Explanation: This is \"cross-wise\" help, but you may want to explore the French term \"tirage\". Here\'s the definition: \"pulling\" or \"drawing\", this refers either to simply drawing wine from the barrel for bottling or for the process in the making of sparkling wine of adding a mixture that includes fermentable sugar and yeast -- called dosage, or liqueur de tirage -- to induce the secondary fermentation. This is part of the method to make Champagne.
Explanation: I think the term is the OPPOSITE of what's been asked. According to Fogwell's Wine Guide:
disgorgement: A step in producing sparkling wines by means of the méthode champenoise to REMOVE traces of yeast left over from the secondary fermentation.