Jan 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Red wines mature better when sealed with screw caps than with corks, according to a report released this past summer. Screwed for good? The case for screw caps on red wines is the first comprehensive report to bring together the evidence for the performance of this closure on red wines. Author of the publication, independent wine writer Tyson Stelzer says that Australian winemakers have been using screw caps on premium red wines since the 1970s. According to Stelzer, 30-year-old red wines under ...
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