The debate between natural cork and screwcaps is an on-going one. But here's a little insight into an interesting experiment which was conducted on a group of 140 wine drinkers who volunteered to find out more. The Grand Cork Experiment, designed by Professor Charles Spence, of Oxford University, confirms the sensory benefits of cork-sealed wines.... Continue Reading →
Decoding The Cork-Code
Even as the debate between natural cork producers and other closures such as screw caps, plastic or synthetic closures continue to make headlines on every forum, it is ineffectual to deny the innumerable benefits of using natural cork as closures reveals, Carlos de Jesus, Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications in Corticeira Amorim in an exclusive conversation with Rojita Tiwari.
Asia and North America are driving growth of wine imports
The 2017 IWSR/Vinexpo annual report on the global wine market - considered to be the most comprehensive survey of its kind – identifies several key wine market trends until 2020, including the growing strength of the Chinese market, fast growth of wine exports from France, Italy and Spain and an increasingly marked preference amongst consumers... Continue Reading →