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New world wine makers are set to take on the status quo with more than just the contents of their bottles - the tops are also undergoing a revolution. Dave Robertson reports on why a group of winemakers in the Clare Valley in South Australia have turned their backs on the traditional cork in favour of the screw cap.


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