Between tradition and modernity
Between tradition and modernity. The cork or screw cap.
In all simplicity I enjoy opening a bottle of wine in the kitchen while the pans warm up and prepare dinner.
Depending on the menu, tonight I opt for a young white wine.
The first nose has a strong smell of cork. What a desappointment…
So cork or screw cap?
The hexagonal client is too traditional. He can not stand to open a bottle of wine like lemonade but tolerates synthetic stoppers.
The Anglo-Saxons are perfectly comfortable with the screw cap and the Germans use it for their rieslings.
It is not a question of classifying wines by their mode of closure.
A glass stopper is not always intended for a prestigious wine. But to have a more modern consumer approach on flexible and easy wine ranges.
And to have as much wine to put in the sink.