As Screw Caps Take Hold, Winemakers Report Few Changes
by Paul Franson
Apr 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
While winery owners and marketers agonize whether they should bottle their wines with screw cap enclosures, winemakers who've tried the alternative closures report that it's no big deal. Some issues must be addressed, but most winemakers who've used the closures find they don't need to do much differently. Though some winemakers detect subtle variations between wines bottled with screw caps and those using cork closures, few have enough experience to be confident about ultimate results, however....
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