muselet


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muselet

- The wire that holds a champagne cork in place.
See also related terms for wire.
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[11] Basura Fernando, Elisa Fromont, Damien Muselet, and Marc Sebban.
A muselet is the wire which holds "what" in a bottle of Champagne?
According to RioFilme's former commercial director Adrien Muselet, RioFilme's budget has jumped from a meager R$1.1 million in 2008 to R$50 million in 2012; consequently, RioFilme invested in only 22 projects in 2008 but 124 projects in 2013 (A.
Certainly, the producer had been unwise to remove the foil and "muselet" - or safety wire - so soon.
It's quite easy to pop a Champagne cork, but have you ever wondered how corks are put into bottles and secured with the fine wire, called a muselet? All is explained here.
The whole protracted performance of the foil removal, the unwinding of the muselet, or wire cage, and the satisfying sigh as the bottle is turned, makes one's heart soar.
Cut the foil and undo the wire cage known as the muselet. Grasp the cork in one hand and turn the bottle with the other, holding it at the bottom.
We're concerned that shipping and movement issues might result in damage not found with sparkling corks and a muselet. If a better closure appears, we would look into it.
With an MBA from Paris' prestigious HEC management school, Muselet has been at the cutting edge of Brazilian film financing since joining Thierry Peronne's Investimage in 2004.
A muselet is the wire which holds what in a bottle of champagne?
RioFilme can move decisively, investing about 20% of films' budgets--about $490,000-$735,000 per participation--and 20%-40% of P&A coin in distribution, per RioFilme COO Adrien Muselet.
Opening: Cut the foil and undo the wire cage (the muselet).