As sparkling wine is defined as a special tax class, it is reported differently on the 5120.17 report.
To illustrate where different sparkling operations show up on the 5120.17, we have built the following scenario:
Already-fermented wine brought in bulk, tiraged and disgorged all within one month (not likely in the real world but we want to show all three operations on a single-month 5120.17).
We have received 10000 gal sparkling wine in bulk; tax class is under 14% and the tax class is set as Sparkling wine. The Bulk intake is recorded with the following details.
Next we perform a tirage operation for 350 bottles produced by fermentation, bottled with a small loss.
Then we disgorge to move this sparkling wine in vintrace from bulk to bottled. This operation was performed against the tirage group.
All three operations show up on the 5120.17 as shown:
Line 7 Column e shows our intial intake of 10000 gallons.
Line 13 Column e shows our disgorged amount and line 20 column e shows our small loss on tirage.