Hogue Cellars, one of the largest producers in Washington, has joined the rising tide of wineries switching to screw caps, after completing an in-house study examining wine closures. The winery, which presented the study at the American Society of Enology and Viticulture conference this summer, found limitations for both synthetic stoppers and natural cork.
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