Screw Capped Superstars You Can Enjoy Today!
The Screw cap closure on the other hand does not affect the wine’s flavour adversely and in India especially where wine openers are not a standard part of the kitchen kit, this closure makes wine that much more accessible. So while screw caps only dented in the wine universe in the 1960s, the new world, especially Australia and New Zealand embraced it as the closure of choice with many other countries, even from the old world, following suit. Now while cork is in fact making a comeback and virtually predominates the premium red wine market, most of the world’s ‘drink now’ wines are closed under screwcap. Some screw cap wines also come at top dollar, especially from New Zealand and Argentina. Now we’re getting you started on some of our best wines closed under screw cap so stow away the corkscrew and discover a bunch of diverse and sumptuous wines handcrafted by the world’s leading estates ranging from crisp Italian to charming French rose and indigenous Argentine. Twist away and keep the vinous journey going. Cheers!