Wine Corks Types and Styles

Business.com / Industry / Last Modified: February 22, 2017

Beverage bottlers, restaurant owners, wine servers and connoisseurs carefully select the wine they work with. One may think that the ...

Beverage bottlers, restaurant owners, wine servers and connoisseurs carefully select the wine they work with. One may think that the wine carries its own superiority. The choice of cork used is just as important as the type of wine. Cork choices include:

1. Traditional wine corks made of natural or synthetic materials

2. Decorative wine corks to make an impression

3. Custom wine corks including personalized wine corks

A glance at wine corks types and styles reveals the benefits and recommended uses of the corks. The type of cork used is determined by a set of criteria. This choice takes into consideration how long the wine will probably be in the bottle before it is opened and the type of wine and bottle selected.

Understand the types of wine bottle corks by their makeup

Corks are made from actual cork or from synthetic material. Synthetic materials are increasing in popularity because of their non-reliance on natural resources, thus hindering the fear of exhausting the supply of natural cork. The corks made of natural cork can be fabricated as a single piece of cork or as pieces glued together. They are still widely manufactured in a variety of shapes.

Determine the best wine corks to use for your needs

With so many different cork types to consider, how do you know which one is right for a particular wine? The array of criteria for using each type of cork certainly helps focus the options to make the selection process easier. A wine cork distributor can supply you with information on the wine corks for sale and which would be appropriate options for your needs.

Seek out non-traditional or alternative options for wine bottle corks

Wholesale wine corks can be personalized with your business information and used for promotional purposes. They can also be customized in design boasting an image related to the brand or retailer's business. For the environmentally conscious, corks that are made from recycled material make a great alternative option.

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