Corking Wines

+44 01904 622574 6 Garfield Terrace
York, York YO26 4
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Corking Wines is a small family run company based in North Yorkshire who are dedicated to wine. We believe that you don't need to be a connoisseur or be rich in order to enjoy the enourmous variety of wines available to us today. Being a small company we can guarantee the quality of our products by testing them ourselves and in turn make special recommendations to you of the wines we believe to be exceptional. We try to source from as many independent suppliers as possible allowing us to provide a wider variety; from exclusive gems to the classic big names. Our special relationships with the suppliers let us offer you a fabulous price on our products. If you're not sure what you want our case deals are a brilliant way to allow you to try a range of wines. And if wines just aren't your thing we're happy to provide you with spirits and beers. We will ship to you wherever you are in the country, giving you the opportunity to browse, buy and enjoy all in the comfort of your home. We are passionate that you Read more »

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  • Hey guys,I have a feeling I know the answer to this, but just wanted to get some expert advice on the situation. I recently ordered some wine from Italy while I was over there last.  They shipped it despite the heat wave we have going on, and I'm afraid some bottles are ruined.I noticed three of my super tuscans were bleeding through the corks w... Read More

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  • So I'm just wondering......what's everyone's take on the old screw caps vs cork debate....?  How would you best describe the role of each, and overcome perceptual barriers....? Read More

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  • By winepleasures | Published: July 23, 2010 | Edit With Cavas Berdié winery on a hill in the distance, we peddled our way through the Penedes countryside with vines and prett flowers all around us lead by Anthony, wine country bike tour guide at Wine Pleasures and organizer of the tour. While it was a cool day in Catalonia, we still worked up a ... Read More

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  • Hi all!  This is a fantastic community!  I'm really happy to be here!  Anybody from the Cincinnati/Dayton metro?I am a bit of a newbie in the wine world, but I do like my reds and I make a point of reviewing them on my blog redsfortherestofus.blogspot.comI have also shared my reviews on these wines here on snooth.  It's really great to see so ma... Read More

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  • I believe to have found maybe the best way to preserve, and in some cases improve, most wines after opening:  vacuum cork right away and pop into the refrigerator.   No other method I've tried seems to work better.   I'm sure I'm not the first person to notice.Wines seem to age in that state, albeit more slowly than in a decanter, so any wines t... Read More

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  • Someone asked me this tonight and I could not provide an answer.If a screw cap is 100% air tight how can air get in and influence the wine to age for better or worse?On a sidenote, Is california releasing bottles $50 and above under screwcap?thanks for any help Read More

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  • Well, Robert Parker and Jancis Robinson have recently tried them, so I think it is time we expand our horizons and start putting our palate into real action. I believe I can say something about it especially because as I am in Brazil I have had the chance to try lots of them, from the cheapest fine ones to the most expensive ones, except for a f... Read More

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  • Serve the wine at the right temperatureOne frequently reads that red wines should be served at room temperature. That maxim remains as true as the day it was first written, what has changed however, is room temperature! We tend to think of room temperature as being in the mid 70s, for wines sake its better to think of it as the mid 60s. The coo... Read More

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  • Hi, I have a question. How can you find out when a wine should by drunk by? I own many different types of wine, but I am not sure when they will expire. If someone can help me out that would be great.Thanks Read More

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  • Lately, I've been writing a lot of "how to" entries and I know these can be semi-mundane, but hopefully they're creating a solid foundation for further knowledge. If you belong to a wine community like Snooth, chances are you already know the very basics of wine, but for those of you that I forced into joining just to read my blog (you know who ... Read More

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