Cork

Wine Australia bullish on screwcaps in China

Wine Australia's marketing manager believes that the acceptance of screwcaps is increasing in China, particularly at lower price points, helped by the growing number of imports of Australian wine into the country.

MA Silva’s new €3.5m facility to increase production by 50%

MA Silva's new €3.5 million facility will its cork production capacity from 100 million to 150 million, the cork producer told the drinks business yesterday.

Growing thirst for cork among spirits brands

Cork stoppers are becoming an increasingly popular closure in the spirits world, with strong growth in particular from white spirits according to Amorim.

Faulty corks ruin 3,000 cases of top Washington wine

A bad batch of corks has wreaked havoc at Cayuse Vineyards in Washington, writing off nearly 3,000 cases of 2015 wine and at a potential loss of $3 million.

China driving a return to cork

September 20th, 2017

CSG发布新橡木酒塞系列

February 6th, 2017

CSG launches new line of corks

February 3rd, 2017

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