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Natural cork, alive and well

Those who believe that natural cork is about to die out should probably think again. Not only do the major wine countries such as France and Italy, in most cases, prefer natural cork, now more and more winemakers in the United States are also convinced of the benefits of the natural cork.

There is no right or wrong when it comes to closing a wine bottle, just different opinions. But the popularity of the natural cork has risen sharply in the United States in recent years, especially among high class restaurants. A steady decline of cork tainted wines allows winemakers, who previously abandoned the natural cork, to return to this closure. Read more on  newsusa.com.

Chateau Brane Cantenac corks

Chateau Brane Cantenac corks, copyright BKWine Photography

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