New Closures Still Provide the Pop

Nick Fauchald
Issue: November 15, 2003

Ever have trouble opening a wine bottle? Two new wine closures have been created to eliminate the need for a corkscrew, yet neither can be called a screw cap. "We absorbed the best features from existing technologies -- cork, synthetic and screw cap -- and came up with a whole new category of alternative closure, one that seals like a screw cap and pops like a cork," said Australian Conor McKenna, inventor of the new ZORK.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands November 15, 2003.

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