Articles tagged with the word "packaging":

Reasons to choose stoppers

Published on November 14, 2011

There are many reasons why producers select particular types of closures, and while quality is always high up the list in the mix of reasons, it’s not always the one that holds sway in the final reckoning.

DO + HO = TPO (the new equation for successful bottling)

Published on May 18, 2011

Forget closure OTR (oxygen transmission rate) for the moment. In closing up a wine bottle, TPO (total package oxygen) is where the TLAs (three letter acronyms) are at, and the bottling operation is the bigger oxygen issue by far.

Packaging formats, recycling and improving sustainability

Published on May 16, 2009

Lower carbon emissions can be achieved by taking weight out of packaging, especially where long distances are travelled from point of packaging to destination market. Lighter weight glass, wine in cans, pouches and composite cartons … it’s all up for grabs.

Random oxidation – the facts

Published on April 18, 2009

What causes occasional bottles of wine to become oxidised? Is it the stopper, whether cork, screwcap or synthetic? Or is it much more complex an issue?

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