One thing to consider is that the wine degasses on its own with some time. If it's so bubbly, it may be a bit early to bottle. Even if your instructions say to bottle within a certain time, that's usually not correct. You bottle it when it's perfectly clear, no longer dropping any lees at all, and not gassy.
You can mechanically degas by stirring, as was mentioned. But if you're rushing the wine to the bottle, better results will happen if you simply wait.
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