Achieving closure: curtains for cork?

By Andrew Jefford | 21 January 2002

The great closure debate continues to rage on, but in New Zealand and Australia the momentum behind the scewcap is gaining strength. Andrew Jefford discusses the latest test results in the New World and unearths some interesting research from a far older establishment.

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The great closure debate continues to rage on, but in New Zealand and Australia the momentum behind the scewcap is gaining strength. Andrew Jefford discusses the latest test results in the New World and unearths some interesting research from a far older establishment.

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