- 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

PORTUGAL X CORK

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by Melanie Abrantes | November 10, 2015 | MelanieAbrantes.com CORTIÇA: CORK IN PORTUGUESE In October I was was invited by the Portuguese Cork Association (Apcor) to visit Portugal to see how cork is harvested and made. I was so excited to get this once in a lifetime opportunity to view this process in person. Cork is such a huge part of ... Read More »

The Best Eco-Tour Adventures

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From Cork Forest Conservation Alliance For many, traveling is about experiencing new locations and food.  But for some, just visiting their destination is not enough.  These unique travelers must truly immerse themselves in the culture and not cause any negative harm to the environment while doing so.   Cultural tourism and ecotourism are ways for individuals to gain new life experiences that could have ... Read More »

Portuguese cork shines in China’s largest wine museum

Cork Booth at Qingdao Wine Museum

September 16, 2015 The Portuguese Cork Association makes another stride in consumer education in China as it recently helped Qingdao Wine Museum, arguably the largest of its kind in China, revamp the cork exhibition area in its process pavilion. In order to give visitors a bird’s eye view on the close relationship between cork stopper and wine industry, the Portuguese ... 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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