How Synthetic Corks Are Made

The world drinks about 30 billion bottles of wine a year. Nomacorc synthetic corks produce up to 7 million corks a day. A video on how corks are made.

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Single Serving Tip: Reuse Small Wine Bottles

If you are not going to finish the bottle you are opening, transferring the remainder to small wine bottles can make a lot of sense. Due to minimized surface area, the wine will store better and longer.

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Is Aging Wine Underwater a Fad?

Unlimited free temperature controlled space is a compelling reason for aging wine underwater. Let’s take a look and see if wine has a future underwater.

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Your Bottle May Be Suffering From Wine Heat Damage

Heat destroys wine, and temperatures over 70 degrees can permanently taint the flavor. Above 80 degrees or so and you are literally starting to cook the wine. Here are a few common precautions you should take to prevent wine heat damage:

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10 Tips for Starting a Wine Collection

Wines have well documented histories, vintages, and tiered values. This makes them a natural fit for collecting, and rare wines are among the most sought after collectibles on the market.

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The Champagne Spoon Trick Works.. If You Believe in Magic

The question is simple. Does a spoon in a bottle of Champagne preserve the bubbles? The technique of the champagne spoon trick is to put the handle of a spoon into an open champagne bottle so that it will preserve the bubbles for longer than if it was stoppered or left open.

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4 Traits of Wines That Age Well

What are the characteristics of wines that age well versus wines that don’t? Wine experts look at 4 characteristics in wine to determine how a wine will age..

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