Corticeira Amorim, the world’s largest producer of cork wine closures, has bought a 50% share in Vinolok, the producer of glass and crystal closures.

Amorim, the world’s leading maker of natural cork stoppers, claims to have achieved a major technological breakthrough.

A leading South African businessman has called for the Rainbow nation’s wine industry to work towards becoming the world’s number one producer.

Closures

12 September, 2012

Christian Davis looks at the latest developments in the great debate over cork versus synthetics

Cork producer Amorim recorded double-digit volume growth in 2010.

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