kudos to Adam Lechmere (Decanter) for the vote of confidence toward screwcap closure: “It’s official: screwcap is the best closure for the vast majority of wines, both red and white.”
Why are folks still sticking to cork especially for fruity whites? Not sure. Many times I have heard from winery principals: “the consumer is not ready”. Soooo you are knowingly giving the consumer an inferior product because some market data tells you that you won’t sell as much wine… Mmmm what should I think about all your talk about quality now?
Well, we do screwcap and I find it just perfect for our wines. Screwcap is the only closure that always guaranteed 100% freshness to the consumer and they are rated to last for 20 years (at least the ones we use).