quote:Originally posted by matthyson:
I'm still waiting for the Alcoa "vino-seal" glass stopper to really catch on. The only winery I'm aware of using it in NA is Calara and it quickly became my favorite type of enclosure.
Matthyson, I think there was a nebbiolo under that closure type. Can't remeber by who though.
Roentgen Ray, the last bottle of wine I had with a closure like that was a Hauts Chassis and it was good. I do associate those kind of closures with cheap wine like Smoking Loon or wines to drink in a year or less. Do they make age-worthy wines with plastic corks?