The Weekly Walla Walla Wine Word for Dummies is: Batonnage
No, you won't see a Batonnage marching in a parade ...
Batonnage is a French term. Batonnage is the process of stirring the fine lees remaining in the barrel of unfinished wine after the initial settling. This procedure is used to impart body and flavor to a wine.
Do you remember what lees is? A reminder from an earlier Weekly Walla Walla Wine Word