Signs of Success in Battle Against Cork Taint
by Cyril Penn
Jun 2002 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
The world's largest cork producer says it has considerably reduced the incidence of "cork taint" over the last two years by deploying advanced screening tools, introducing production innovations, and vertically integrating operations-welcome news as breakthroughs today will mean higher industry standards tomorrow.Amorim director of research and development Miguel Cabral said the improvements include ozone treatment, washing and boiling innovations, and testing/quality control assessment at every...
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