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Everybody knows the difference between red and white wine, but what about the difference between what seals the wine bottle itself? There’s been a lengthy debate between wine connoisseurs for years about what sealer is ultimately the best for wine: Corks or screw caps?
Both are perfectly acceptable, especially for a college student searching for the cheapest bottle of wine the market has to offer. The worldwide demand for both wine and corks is growing, so it’s important to know about the future of wine preservation.
Natural and renewable source
Preferred among connoisseurs throughout history
Possible low quality, causing TCA ‘cork’ taint (a dank odor and moldy taste)
Limited natural resource
Screw Cap Pros:
No TCA ‘cork’ taint
Easy to open
Screw Cap Cons:
Some don’t allow for the wine to breathe
Associated with ‘cheap’ wine
Made from non-renewable resources
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