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  • Revista de Vinhos_Os óscares do vinho e do mercado

    07/03/2014
    2.7 MB pdf
  • WHISKY MAGAZINE- Le Liège

    07/03/2014
    1.2 MB pdf
  • www.vinehoo.com - 20140425

    07/03/2014
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  • www.vinehoo.com-20140226

    07/03/2014
    552.4 KB pdf
  • Wine & Viticulture Journal_Impact of different closures on intrinsic

    11/27/2012
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    Impact of different closures on intrinsic sensory wine quality and consumer preferences - By Paulo Lopes, Isabel Roseira, Miguel Cabral, Cédric Saucier, Philippe Darriet, Pierre-Louis Teissedre and Denis Dubourdieu
  • Drinks International_Close Call_14 March 14

    07/03/2014
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  • Intitut Catalán del Suro_A 2,000-YEAR-OLD CORK STOPPER - EN

    11/27/2012
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    A 2,000-YEAR-OLD CORK STOPPER RECOVERED FROM THE SEA BED PRESERVES ALL ITS PROPERTIES. The study by the Centre d’Arqueologia Subaquàtica (Underwater Archaeology Centre) and the ICSURO concludes that the cork stoppers have retained their main components (lignin, suberin and polysaccharides) and that their cell structure has remained intact despite the action of the seabed.
  • Institut Catalán del Suro_A 2,000-YEAR-OLD CORK STOPPER - FR

    11/27/2012
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    UN BOUCHON DE LIÈGE DATANT DE 2 000 ANS, RETROUVÉ AU FOND DE LA MER, CONSERVE TOUTES SES PROPRIÉTÉS. L’étude réalisée par le Centre d’Archéologie sous-marine et l’ICSURO a conclu que les bouchons de liège avaient conservé leurs composants principaux (lignine, subérine et polysaccharides) et que leur structure était restée intacte malgré l’action des fonds marins.
  • Institut Catalán del Suro_A 2,000-YEAR-OLD CORK STOPPER - IT

    11/27/2012
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    UN TAPPO DI SUGHERO IMMERSO NEL FONDALE MARITTIMO PER 2000 ANNI CONSERVA INTATTE TUTTE LE SUE PROPRIETÀ. Lo studio, frutto della collaborazione tra il Centro di Archeologia Subacquea e l’ICSURO, giunge alla conclusione che i tappi di sughero recuperati hanno conservato i loro componenti principali (lignina, suberina e polisaccaridi) e che la loro struttura cellulare si è conservata intatta nonostante la permanenza nel fondale marittimo.
  • Prestigieux Univers_Les Métamorphoses du liège

    07/03/2014
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  • BEVMO! GOES GREEN FOR EARTH DAY

    11/27/2012
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    Through a new partnership with ReCORK and SOLE, a leading manufacturer of recycled footwear, BevMo! launches cork recycling program in California and Arizona stores.
  • Financial Times_China: wine fans start to go for white

    11/27/2012
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    China: wine fans start to go for white - Financial Times - February 16, 2012 by Patti Waldmeir
  • www.abc.net_Chinese tell Australia to 'put a cork in it.'

    11/27/2012
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    Chinese tell Australia to 'put a cork in it.' - by Tim Marshall - ABC Rural - 26 September 2012
  • The Drinks Business_COPPER FINING KILLS REDUCTIVE AROMAS BUT ALSO WINE CHARACTER

    11/27/2012
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    Eliminating unpleasant reductive aromas in wine starts with practices in the vineyard and should not be corrected using copper fining or injecting oxygen according to Dr Pascal Chatonnet. - in The drinks Business - 24th May, 2012 by Patrick Schmitt
  • Wine review | Stuff.co.nz_Cork making a comeback

    11/27/2012
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    A while back we made the observation that some of New Zealand's most prestigious wines are still being sealed under cork. - by Deborah Walton-Derry & Peter Morice - in Stuff.co.nz - 04/10/2012
  • Domus_The future of cork

    11/27/2012
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    omaine de Boisbuchet has announced the winners of The future of cork applications competition, devised in collaboration with Portuguese company Corticeira Amorim. Pedrita Studio, who coordinated the final workshop, discuss the results and applications of cork. A news report from Boisbuchet by Grégoire Basdevant - in Domus - 25/09/2012