Screw caps may soon be commonplace on fine American wines. More U.S. wineries are adopting twist-off tops—once relegated to jugs—as a high quality alternative to cork. California producers R.H. Phillips and Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates recently committed entire brands to screw caps.
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