How Diam is advancing the wine closure market

Becca Yeamans-Irwin - 16 Feb 2018

One type of technological cork that has seen their market share skyrocket in recent years is the Diam (and Mytik Diam) cork. Made using traditional cork, Diam seeks to eliminate the issue of cork taint and provide winemakers with a high level of consistency in aging from year to year, all while maintaining all the traditions of a natural cork.

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New detection technology may yield a TCA-free future for cork suppliers

By Mary Ellen Shoup - 20 Jun 2016

Wine cork quality control has hit a new level of precision with cork producer Amorim’s NDtech, an automated system that screens individual cork stoppers on the production line for trichloroanisole (TCA). 

The choice of bottle closures

Charl Theron in WineLand Magazine - 09 Jun 2016

Irrespective of the responsibility for the packaging the combination of the wine, container and the closure of the container must be executed optimally to ensure that the wine reaches the consumer in the best condition. The choice of the bottle closure is only one of the decisive factors.

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