RESEARCH: UK consumers still favour cork closures

By Chris Brook-Carter | 21 November 2003

Consumers still prefer wine bottles sold in the UK to be sealed with a real cork, despite the supposed benefits of screw-caps and plastic cork substitutes, according to a report released today.

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Consumers still prefer wine bottles sold in the UK to be sealed with a real cork, despite the supposed benefits of screw-caps and plastic cork substitutes, according to a report released today.

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