The debate about closures – corks? screw tops? glass? – ranks among the fiercest in the wine industry. Next month, Miguel Cabral, director of the Research and Development Department at Amorim, the world’s biggest cork producer, will lead a seminar on closure technology. According to an email from the company:
During this Seminar, you will have the opportunity to assess the latest comparative scientific research on the different wine stoppers, as well as the most recent product developments available in the wine closure market. As such, Amorim will present, for the first time to Chinese wineries, its most recent innovation: the Acquamark natural cork stopper.
Conceived as an innovative combination of Nature and Technology, Acquamark benefits from cork’s inimitable cellular structure, further enhanced by a state-of-the-art coating technology…
This seminar is for people in the wine trade. It will be held in Beijing on March 17 and in Yantai or March 19. To sign up or for more info, contact Ricardo Duarte at firstname.lastname@example.org or Li Yao at email@example.com.
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