The End of the Cork?

I follow a lot of wine bloggers, but Ian is one of the more authoritative and reliable. I happen to agree with him on the use of corks, but I wonder if we will ever see the day when it is all screw caps. At 69, I doubt it will happen in my lifetime.

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1 Response to The End of the Cork?

  1. clcoronios says:

    Yes, while I like the convenience of the screwcap, I do miss the sound of the cork. For the most part, I’m willing to take convenience – except in bubblies. I don’t think they’ve mastered a screwcap for them yet. Thank goodness. What would a bubbly be without the POP? Even the controlled, subdued ‘pop’ of a cork removed correctly?

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