- WHY 100% CORK? -

That natural cork in your wine bottle does more than just preserve the quality and character of your wine. It preserves old-growth cork oak forests and a centuries-long way of life through sustainable harvesting of the bark, and helps preserve the planet by naturally absorbing carbon, the greenhouse gas responsible for climate change.

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Recent News

Got Wine Corks? Recycle Them!

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WFMY News 2 | Greensboro, NC | March 18, 2015 There is a new push to recycle wine corks. It’s not to save cork trees, it’s actually to get more industries to use cork in their products. To make a wine cork, farmers shave off the bark from a cork tree. Farmers don’t have to cut the tree down and ... Read More »

Cork Makes a Comeback in Wine Country

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By Bill Swindell | The Press Democrat | February 22, 2015 For a product that has been around hundreds of years, the natural cork industry would seem to be the last type of business to have a need to advertise its product in Wine Country. But that’s what it did over the holiday season with a $300,000 campaign on local radio ... Read More »

Winemakers try to set cork-popping distance record

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By Larry Burkum | KCRG-TV9 | CEDAR RAPIDS | February 27, 2015 Iowa wine growers on Friday attempted to set a record for the longest flight of a sparking wine cork. The fun took place at Kirkwood Community College during the Iowa Wine Growers Conference. In a two-round event, sparkling wine makers fired corks from a fixed table. “Why not ... Read More »

Artificial plastic wine stoppers or screw caps consume fossil fuels, and use at least five times more energy per ton to produce, before millions of them end up in our landfills and oceans. It may seem like a little thing, but demanding natural cork in your wine stopper is something we can all do.

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Bogle Vineyards

Bogle Vineyards

Francis Ford Coppola Winery

Francis Ford Coppola Winery

Grgich Hills Estate

Grgich Hills Estate