We have entered the Age of the Wax-Dipped Wine as a number of cellars have started using this method of cork covering in lieu of the more well-known metal capsule. I’ve heard some say that it’s due to the amount of energy it takes to extrude and process aluminum that is just decorative and thrown away. The same could of course be said about dipping the neck of a bottle in melted wax (that has to be produced somehow as well) to give it an authentic “handmade” feel. In terms […]

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