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Wine bottle caps increasingly damaged, expert Alison Eisermann-Ctercteko says, with bad results for taste Posted November 30, 2013 16:18:24 It is a debate that has divided wine connoisseurs everywhere: cork or screw cap? The use of corks can lead to
Media Release October 18, 2013 New Zealand wine industry icon' receives 2013 trans-Tasman agribusiness leadership award New Zealand wine industry luminary Sir George Fistonich has been named the recipient of the 2013 Rabobank Leadership Award for his
A new wine cork that screws into the bottle is being unveiled. But why is there still so much snobbery in the battle between traditional cork and screw-top?...A scientist might talk about the explosive pop of a wine cork in terms of pressure or
The Australian Wine Research Institute and South Australian manufacturer SPS Australia International are testing suitable caps, which would be welcomed by the restaurant and hotel trade. Warren Roget from the Research Institute said cork taint
From reds to whites to sparkling wines, companies are slowly turning away from putting a cork in. But in China, where people are quickly gaining a deeper appreciation for wine, most still associate a cork with value. Presenting a bottle of wine with
Kim Crawford wines is launching a new screw-cap lid on its First Pick Sparkling Sauvignon Blanc from 1 October 2012 same wine, just more convenient and longer lasting...Kim Crawford Sales and Marketing Manager Rob Sinclair says ease of opening and
If two bottles of the same wine taste different, could that be because of the type of enclosure that's used? Those are among the questions being probed by the Bottle Aging Closure and Variability Study, which is being conducted by the University of
tool goes here Researchers have taken on a question that's of great interest in the San Joaquin Valley: How do screw caps compare with corks? The University of California at Davis has launched a study on how closures affect the quality of wine.
Just came across two bottles of AC/DC wine 2008 Highway to Hell Cabernet Sauvignon and 2011 Thunderstruck Chardonnay which were released recently by the long-running rock band. We'll report back next week on how these rock star wines stack up.
Backed with new funding, VinPerfect is moving into larger-scale production of its design for a screw cap and liner combination that allows winemakers to control oxygen transfer to the wine after the bottle is sealed. Use of aluminum screw caps has