AUSTRALIA: Oz report to add more fuel to closure debate fire

By Tony Baker | 19 July 2001

The Australian Wine Research Institute has added facts to the debate over bottle closures, which seem sure to heighten the cork versus synthetics controversy. "No one closure test in this study could be considered entirely suitable by all criteria assessed for the long term storage of wine," it reported this week.

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The Australian Wine Research Institute has added facts to the debate over bottle closures, which seem sure to heighten the cork versus synthetics controversy. "No one closure test in this study could be considered entirely suitable by all criteria assessed for the long term storage of wine," it reported this week.

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