Your host, Stephanie Piché, and her Flavour Crew, serve up interviews, recipes, tips and the occasional bar-side chat...
Corks vs. Screwcaps
A note from Stephanie...
I still see scrunched-up faces on nearby diners when the bottle of wine they ordered arrives at the table and they notice that <eek > it's a screw cap!
When screw caps were first used to seal wine in bottles, it is true that they were used for lower-cost wines to help keep the price point as low as possible to attract a budget-conscious consumer.
Now that winemakers know that a screw cap can regulate oxygen flow a little more consistently, they are opting for screw caps more often every season.
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