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Natural cork stoppers for wine bottling

Natural cork is a material widely used in wine bottling due to its unique qualities and benefits for both the conservation and development of wine.

Coming from the cork oak, a tree found mainly in the Mediterranean region, cork is a renewable and sustainable resource. The cork extraction process is carried out every 9-12 years, without damaging the tree, which allows the cork to regenerate, turning it into an environmentally friendly material.

One of the main advantages of natural cork in wine bottling is its ability to hermetically seal the bottle. This characteristic is essential to preserve the qualities of the wine during the aging process, as it prevents the entry of unwanted oxygen and maintains the integrity of the wine over time. In addition, the cork allows controlled microoxygenation, which favors the development and evolution of the wine in the bottle, contributing to its aromatic and sensory complexity.

The use of natural cork is also associated with tradition and craftsmanship in the wine industry, which gives additional symbolic value to wine bottling. Opening a bottle sealed with natural cork is a sensory experience that is part of the ceremony of enjoying a good wine.

In summary, natural cork is appreciated in wine bottling for its ability to preserve and enhance the qualities of wine, its sustainable and renewable origin, as well as its connection to winemaking tradition.

Its use represents a combination of functionality, sustainability and symbolic value that makes it a popular choice among wine producers and lovers.

Natural cork is classified into different categories depending on the thickness of the pore. In wineries and oil mills we have natural cork of different qualities and packaged in packages of 100 units.< /a>