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Conclusion Introduction of corks : Introduction of corks History and propertise of corks : History and propertise of corks The Egyptians- First record use as a stopper at thousands of years ago The Greeks in the 5th century BCE sometimes used corks to close wine jugs The Romans also used the cork as a stopper and also coated corks with pitch to seal the closure French monk called Dom Perignon- use of cork as a wine closure in the 1600s The world's first cork stopper factory opened in around 1750 Cork stoppers arrived in Portugal around 1700 History and propertise of corks : History and propertise of corks About cork Prevent oxygen to get in and spoil the wine Know the place the cork was made Know the winery the wine came from Types of cork-different sizes of tapered wine corks-different tasting corks : Types of cork-different sizes of tapered wine corks-different tasting corks Different sizes of wine corks : Different sizes of wine corks Synthetic Wine Corks / No 9 x 1-1/2 These corks will provide at least 5 years of wine protection during aging Micro Agglomerated Wine Corks / #7 x 1 ½ This size cork can be inserted by hand in a standard 750ml or 375ml wine bottle First Quality Wine Corks / # 8 x 1-3/4 Corks 1-3/4 inch long corks provide up to 3-5 years of protection for aging First Quality Wine Corks / # 9 x 1-1/2 Corks 1-1/2 inch long corks provide up to 2 years of protection for aging Different wine corks : Different wine corks First Quality Wine Corks / # 9 x 1-3/4 Corks 1-3/4 inch long corks provide up to 3-5 years of protection for aging ALTEC® WINE CORKS / No. 9 x 1 3/4 Developed for the wine industry to address corkiness, inconsistency, random oxidation, and leakage Premium Twin Disc Wine Corks / #9 x 1-3/4 1-3/4 inch long corks provide up to 5 years of protection for aging Other types of closure : Other types of closure Metal screw cap Zork Synthetic corks Zork: A new wine bottle closure : Zork: A new wine bottle closure A New Alternative to Cork Closure Attractive Easy to open without any opening device Provides an excellent post-opening cap-easily applied and easily removed Wine bottle closure invented in Australia : Wine bottle closure invented in Australia Zork = screw cap+ cork -Independent consumer research rank zork in the top 3 of 7 available wine bottle closures, ahead of screw cap and cork We love Popping the cork : We love Popping the cork Slide 14: Wine Glasses History of Wine Glasses : History of Wine Glasses Piggin—from the middle ages, a small leather cup Noggin—small wooden mug around 1/4 pint Goddard—pewter vessel used by the church Bombard—tall, holding several gallons and was richly decorated Stirrup Cup —A tankard with a cup shaped lid originating in Scotland, used to send off guests late at night with a final drink, the lid keeping the beverage safe when the guests left on horseback. Yard glass —traditionally a quart measure from the mid 1600’s with a bulb at one end which had to be drunk without taking it from ones lips Gourd cup —originated in the early 1600’s constructed in silver to look like a gourd with the stem being the tree trunk The finest glass was made from the late 17th century to the early stages of the 18th century. The most popular form was a simple goblet with a glass stem. International Standards Organisation wine tasting glasses -The glasses are made to a particular size, shape and standard for a specific use. Made from fine colourless crystal, its rounded shape and smoothness gives an ideal relationship between surface area and volume. The tapered bowl allows free circulation of wine and the funnelling of its vapours. What Glass? : What Glass? Red Wine Glasses : Red Wine Glasses White Wine Glasses : White Wine Glasses Other Glasses : Other Glasses RIEDEL CRYSTAL Glass Types Does the glass affect the wine experience? : Does the glass affect the wine experience? Conclusion : Conclusion Corks are changing to keep up with the expanding industry Glasses like wine depends on ones personal preference. The Shape of the glass does effect the wine experience. Thank you for listening : Thank you for listening You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.