Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of recork.

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Examples

  • We often find it is a very old bottle with a brand new cork but no indication of recorking.

    How to Be Sure the Wine Matches the Label

  • The manager of Château Palmer tells a great story about a recorking session of the 1961 in a hotel in the Far East.

    Living Legend

  • The manager of Château Palmer tells a great story about a recorking session of the 1961 in a hotel in the Far East.

    Living Legend

  • The episode he came upon was the one involving the ex-wife who, seeking revenge on her ex-husband for what she considered an inequitable distribution of assets, had snuck into his wine cellar while he was away and opened hundreds of bottles of prized Bordeaux wines — by hand, one by one — replacing the wine with diet grape juice; then recorking and resealing them.

    'Supreme Courtship'

  • I kept a bottle of this wine open for 11 days in early 2003, recorking each evening after pouring an ounce or two for evaluation.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I kept a bottle of this wine open for 11 days in early 2003, recorking each evening after pouring an ounce or two for evaluation.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I kept a bottle of this wine open for 11 days in early 2003, recorking each evening after pouring an ounce or two for evaluation.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I kept a bottle of this wine open for 11 days in early 2003, recorking each evening after pouring an ounce or two for evaluation.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I kept a bottle of this wine open for 11 days in early 2003, recorking each evening after pouring an ounce or two for evaluation.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • I kept a bottle of this wine open for 11 days in early 2003, recorking each evening after pouring an ounce or two for evaluation.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

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