How can we get consumers to try alternative wine packaging? By Jakob Mesidis, Bill Page, Larry Lockshin, Armando Maria Corsi and Justin Cohen Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, University of South Australia Calls from consumers, advocacy groups, and governments have seen industries adopt practices to reduce their CO₂ output. To this end, the wine industry
Fraudulent wines account for around $70 billion each year globally, leaving wine producers substantially out of pocket. But two WA developers are now using cutting edge blockchain technology and RFID chips embedded in screwcaps to beat the theft, as Neil Dowling writes. Global wine counterfeiting has become a massive headache that is leaving wine producers
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Friday, 12 February 2021 / Published in Closures, Cork, News, Screwcap
Peter Godden, from the Australian Wine Research Institute, outlines the results of two tastings involving identical wines sealed under both screwcap and cork closures. In November 2018, the AWRI coordinated a tasting of wines that had been sealed with both corks and screwcaps. The tasting formed part of a presentation on the impact of closures