Last post I talked about those cool new wine closures made of glass now being used by some wineries. I asked myself what other closures are wineries using to seal their wine into bottles. I’m familiar with natural cork, synthetic cork and twist tops but I wanted to see what else was out there so I did a little research and posted an article on the Reluctant Gourmet web site. See Wine Closures to learn more about these more traditional wine closures and a couple I wasn’t aware of.
What You’ll Learn About Wine Corks and Closures
In the article you will learn more about natural cork, where they come from and how they are produced.
Besides the corks mentioned above, you’ll learn what a Stelvin and Zork wine closure is and the pros and cons of each type of closure described as well as the cost for each. So check out Wine Closures and if you know of some others I missed and need to include, please let me know.