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Weeping corks
1 Mar 2004 by JR
Andrew Dawson, UK: Another question, I have been advised that where you have, in a young wine, seepage of a wine between the cork and glass neck of the bottle, with small deposits of wine on top of the cork, this is a tell-tale sign of heat damage. Is this true or are there any other causes? me: Whatever the reason for the seepage, if wine is getting out, oxygen (the enemy) is...

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