Never sniffed a cork, or inspected it.
But learned today, why they give it to you…..seems logical!
Fucking screw tops!
I wonder why my cardboard casks don’t have corks
I call bullshit. Smelling mould on the cork means the wine is almost certainly corked, and in any case who uses corks these days?
The guy in the video said specifically that mould on the cork does not mean the wine is bad.
“who uses cork these days”
This survey is a little old and it was for American winemakers only, but Amorim Cork America found that “79 percent of winemakers close
70-100 percent of their bottles with it”. So speaking of calling bullshit on people…
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