Closure manufacturer Diam Bouchage has opened a new €30 million factory in France’s Languedoc-Roussillon region.
A selection of top Australian wines matured under both screwcap and cork led to “ground breaking” results during a blind tasting at this week’s Vinitaly.
Synthetic closure producer Nomacorc has announced plans for expansion and an extended research and development programme after coming under new ownership.
Closure maker Herti has launched a new trademarked aluminum stopper for sparkling wines onto the market.
Guala Closure Group has unveiled a new range of screwcap liners featuring different levels of oxygen permeability.
A US wine brand is so confident in closure manufacturer Nomacorc’s Select Series product it is offering a “100% Money Back Guarantee”.
You have a bottle of wine, beer or bubbly. You are without anything that one might consider a vaguely useful opening tool. What do you do?
The cork sector has hailed two new surveys it claims signal a strong preference for natural cork closures in the US and China.
The popularity of screw caps is now level with that of cork in the UK, while in the US consumers remain loyal to traditional cork closures.
Hail damage has ensured that not a single drop of wine is to be produced from one of Beaune’s most important premier cru vineyards in 2013.
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