US: Amorim claims cork still number one In US

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 30 September 2002

The PR fight for the hearts of the world winemakers regarding closures shows no signs of abating with the release of a survey today claiming that almost three-quarters of US winemakers (72%) prefer natural cork as a wine bottle closure - more than five times higher than synthetics (14 %) or screwcaps (11%).

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The PR fight for the hearts of the world winemakers regarding closures shows no signs of abating with the release of a survey today claiming that almost three-quarters of US winemakers (72%) prefer natural cork as a wine bottle closure - more than five times higher than synthetics (14 %) or screwcaps (11%).

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