Dogs and corks - why not?
29 Jul 2004 by JR
Michael A Green: A cork producer could have a few mutts running around on site - heaven knows, Spain and Portugal have enough trainable wild dogs on the prowl - or better yet the winemaker could have one on staff to sniff out TCA in newly-arrived cork purchases. Furthermore, let's keep the oil industry out of the wine industry ie no plastic corks. me: Great idea!

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