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  • n. Plural form of screwtop.


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  • And the reason for that is that because the squadron that flies these Hawkeyes for obvious reasons, is called the screwtops, and he's the number three screwtop, right?

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  • After reading Taber's book I'm convinced that the tide is turning--and for good reason--against a mindless opposition to screwtops and other alternatives to plain old cork.

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  • I know some wineries are moving to screwtops, but we did find it funny to unscrew the top.

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  • Other way round: cork oak woods are dwindling because the wine industry is switching to plastic "corks" and screwtops.


  • That can be quite a feat to perform without spilling a drop eh, not to mention running the risk of the beverage leaking due to dodgy screwtops and ill-fitting lids, but those could be a thing of the past with the

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  • Since demand for cork is going down in the wine industry (because of metal screwtops and plastic stoppers), Portugese engineers are looking for other uses for the natural material.


  • However, the world may no longer need so much cork since the wine industry is opting to use metal screwtops and plastic stoppers instead.

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  • Portugal produces over half the world’s cork supply — 157,000 tons each year — and demand is going down as the wine industry increasingly uses cheap plastic stoppers and metal screwtops.

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  • Let’s imagine that a top executive at a leading French champagne company decides to replace his corks with screwtops.

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