Agglomerated Wine Corks

Composite cork stoppers for an cost-effective corking solution!

While colmated corks are a single piece of natural cork that has had the pores filled in with cork powder, agglomerated wine corks are composite corks created from cork granules that have been bound together through adhesive agents and pressurization. Agglomerated corks are an economic alternative to single-piece natural corks to store wines for short periods of bottled wine maturation. Generally, agglomerated corks should not be used to store wine longer than 24 months. The Cary Company’s agglomerated corks are the perfect solution if you are looking for a cost-effective cork stopper that still provides an attractive visual appearance.

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