Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Twist-off cork shifts the wine paradigm

What could be nicer than a picnic in a pleasant country field, a rotisserie chicken, a loaf of oven-hot bread and a nice bottle of wine? That is, provided you don't forget the corkscrew. This week, Amorim, the world’s largest manufacturer of cork stoppers, and O-I, the world's largest glass container manufacturer, made this nightmare scenario a little less likely by unveiling their Helix cork and bottle that are designed so that the cork can be removed with a simple twist of the wrist... Continue Reading Twist-off cork shifts the wine paradigm

Section: Good Thinking

Tags: Bottles, Drinking, Packaging, Sustainability, Wine

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