Corks

CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country   |   DATE: September 17th, 2014
Study Claims Rising Temperatures Tainting Wine: Is it True? Is climate change ruining wine corks? A recent study says yes. What do industry insiders think? Climate change has the wine closure conversation heating up. In this video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani talks with the largest cork producer in Portugal and other wine cork experts
CATEGORY: Wine Reviews   |   DATE: May 16th, 2013
Here’s what Monique Soltani covered on this week’s wine radio show, Wine Oh TV on Radioslot.com. We take a tour of Italy and meet the man behind Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s “2012 European Winery of the Year”, Marco Caprai from Arnaldo Caprai. Find out what makes Italy’s indigenous grape Sagrantino so special. Then we show you the Top
CATEGORY: Wine Reviews   |   DATE: February 25th, 2013
Red Wine: How to Tell the Good From the Bad When a waiter offers a tiny sip of wine for your initial perusal, we know this is our cue to find out if it is “off”, or to use the technical term, corked. This is generally used to mean that the wine has gone bad,
CATEGORY: Wine Reviews   |   DATE: December 23rd, 2011
The drill, double-hinged, red-winged, easy-twist, black pull-tap, rabbit ears, ah-so, & the professional all sound a bit like tools of the trade for a torture chamber, but in fact they are all names of common day corkscrews that you can find in any wine store. To help the bold and not so bold navigate through
CATEGORY: Wine Country   |   DATE: November 15th, 2011
Screwcaps the New Norm Across the Pond: UK Wine Oh’s are taking to the twist off like never before. A new survey by the Wine Intelligence for its 2011 Closures Report, shows  85% of the regular wine-drinking public now welcome screwcaps – back in 2003 those stats were closer to 41%. Given a choice most