Technical Corks

These are specifically created for the sake of preserving wines for a shorter period of time, ie: 2- 3 years.

This type of cork is considered to be quite stable and resistant to the process it is put through when it is bottled and also when it is removed from the bottle, proving to be excellent stoppers by maintaining the levels of S02 inside...

These are specifically created for the sake of preserving wines for a shorter period of time, ie: 2- 3 years.

This type of cork is considered to be quite stable and resistant to the process it is put through when it is bottled and also when it is removed from the bottle, proving to be excellent stoppers by maintaining the levels of S02 inside the bottles needed to preserve the wine.

These corks are comprised of agglomerated corks on the surface with natural cork discs being attached to either one or both sides. There can be different types of technical corks, depending on the placement of the disks. The corks with a disc on each end are called technical 1+1. The ones with two discs on just one end of the cork are 2+0, and finally with two discs on either end are called technical 2+2. These diss are glued to the cork using FDA approved glue, safe for use in products associated with food and drink. They are considered to be very efficient and aid in preventing untimely oxidation of the wines.

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  • Champagne Corks

    Especially manufactured for the purpose of sealing champagne bottles, these corks come from the technical family and have an agglomerated body on which is placed 1 or two discs of natural cork on one of the cork ends.

    This type of cork is intended for wines that are going to be consumed within shorter periods of time (3 – 5 years)

    As these stoppers are used for sealing high pressure levels inside the bottles, this cork has a bigger diameter than the normal stoppers, and this factor calls for higher levels of quality control to assure total safety in the sealing of the champagne bottles.

    The surface of these cork stoppers are formulated by agglomerated cork granules and two natural cork stoppers are attached to one of its ends, allowing for the bigger cork stopper to be produced.

  • Agglomerated Corks

    Agglomerated corks are ideal for sealing off wines to be consumed in the next 12 months or so. They are comprised of several granulated corks, that are then glued together using FDA approved glues and resins.

    Considered to be the more economical choice, these are perfect for short term solutions.

    Besides their economical advantage, these corks have a very homogenous exterior that appeals to a lot of wine makers.

  • Micro Agglomerated Corks

    The micro-agglomerated cork is one of the latest technical products with improved structural stability.

    These stoppers are made entirely of small granules and are able to achieve a high performance and chemical level as well as giving great wine making results.

    All recently developed measures to fight against TCA are implemented in the manufacturing of this product.