Many Bay Area wine producers are switching back to natural cork

Christopher Silva, a fifth-generation Sonoma County native, is big on sustainable agriculture and “green” alternatives. So back in 2013, he decided to stop using synthetic wine bottle closures on virtually all of his company’s wines and return to the natural solution: Corkamorimcork Many Bay Area wine producers are switching back to natural cork
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And he hasn’t looked back.

Silva’s company and other Bay Area wineries that experimented with synthetic stoppers and screw-tops for win bottles have started switching back to cork.


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