In my last post , I discussed the dilemma that eco-oriented wineries face when it comes to stoppering their bottles: Corks, which are natural and renewable, or screw caps and synthetics, which can be more reliable? The same potential conflict between sustainability and efficiency crops up with the foil and plastic capsules that top bottles.
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#1 May 16, 2013
Mrs.*&^%#$$ is quoted as saying that she will vote to have all boutique wineries sales be consumed on site. This could cause some trouble with drivers and all but she has friends who may own a cab company and so may see this potential mess as an income builder.
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