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This Is Where Your Wine Corks Come From




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This Is Where Your Wine Corks Come From
Uncorking a bottle of wine after a long day is one of the few true pleasures in life. But ever wonder where that small cork-aka the last thing standing between you and your favorite red-comes from? In Portugal, there's a long and rich history of harvesting cork trees. Harvesters strip trees of their bark by hand, using a process that makes certain the tree remains alive and healthy. The method is so difficult that harvesters begin learning the trade from a young age, keeping up a skill passed down through the generations. So, the next time you kick back with a bottle of wine, give that pesky cork a second glance-its journey from bark to bottle is more surprising than you think.

Added: 17th August 2018
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