The Court of Master Sommeliers’ European branch has confirmed a partnership with natural cork supplier Corticeira Amorim, which will offer education about wine faults for the organisation’s members and students.
Phenolic compounds in cork stoppers can positively influence the ageing of wine, according to Dr. Miguel Cabral, Amorim’s director of R&D.
Natural cork producer Amorim has stepped up its support for the Cape Winemakers Guild Protégé Programme which supports young winemakers.
Amorim is stepping up the promotional push for its Helix twist-open natural cork after reporting a positive early reaction to this innovation.
The cork sector has hailed two new surveys it claims signal a strong preference for natural cork closures in the US and China.
California, New Zealand and Chile featured prominently in the 2014 Drinks Business Green Awards, which were announced yesterday in London at The Ivy.
The shortlist for The Drinks Business Green Awards 2014 has been announced following judging this week.
Corticeira Amorim is aiming to increase its share of the high volume wine market with the launch of a new, more competitively priced natural cork stopper.
Ever wondered where your wine’s cork stopper comes from? db visited Amorim to see the entire process.
Amorim, the world’s largest cork manufacturer, is due to roll out its latest weapon in the battle against cork taint this September.
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