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Corks and Closures Sabaté Countering "Misperceptions."

Feb 2002 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
With media reports that four wineries have filed lawsuits alleging that the company sold wine closures containing unacceptable levels of tricloroanisole (TCA), Sabaté SA of France, is grappling with a public relations challenge and believes a few publicized consumer complaints have "created the misperception that there are widespread problems with Altec." At the same time, some professional tasters have voiced misgivings about the Altec. Robert Joseph, the UK wine critic who launched the corkwat...
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