30BD11 is a 48 x 24 mm [CWINE]2 medium agglomerated wine cork guaranteed TCA free below quantifiable levels (TCA <0.3 ng/L). These agglomerated corks are ideal for wines where medium aging potential is anticipated, allowing wines to continue to evolve and grow in complexity. [CWINE]2 corks have a consistent oxygen transfer rate of 2.7 µl O2 per day and offer a dimensional return mimicking natural cork so your consumer can easily reinsert the cork into the bottle.

These corks are certified with a minimum cork content of 75% natural cork, using less glue than other agglomerated cork alternatives. The natural cork granules used in the agglomerated closure are between 0.5 and 2 mm. [CWINE]2 corks offer excellent sensory neutrality with the eradication of more than 150 negative aromatic compounds.

Our 48 x 24 mm corks are #9 and compatible with most traditional 750 ml bottles. [CWINE]2 corks are the solution for wineries who require consistency, control and confidence in cork performance. The recommended storage time and use of natural cork stoppers is 6 months from the manufacturing date.

Key benefits
  • Guaranteed TCA free below quantifiable levels (TCA <0.3 ng/L
  • Ideal for wines where medium aging potential is anticipated
  • Certified more than 75% natural cork
  • Consistent oxygen transfer rate of 2.7 µl O2/day
Why agglomerated cork?
Agglomerated corks are high quality composite corks made from natural cork granules resulting from the production of natural cork stoppers and a synthetic glue. With a primary component natural cork, agglomerated closures share many of the same characteristics of natural cork stoppers at a much more cost effective price.

Agglomerated corks are generally used for short periods of bottled wine maturation making them highly suitable for lower priced and high turnover wines on the market. As these corks are a result of the agglomeration of an agglutinating substances and cork granules, agglomerated corks feature a uniform appearance that is homogeneous within a batch for a consistent closure.

Guide to Natural Wine Corks
Need help deciding the best cork closure for your application? Learn more about our natural wine cork closures.


This information has been provided as a general guide. It is the customer's responsibility to select the proper container for product and application compatibility.

Additional Information

More Information
Neck FinishCork
Liner CompatibilityGlass
MaterialAgglomerated Cork
FDA CompliantYes
Size48 x 24mm
Dimensions24 mm Dia. x 48 mm H
Bag Pack1,000 ea.
Case Pack5,000 ea.
Pallet Pack60 ea.
Case Weight70 lbs.
Case Dimensions24" L x 20" W x 28" H
IndustriesFood & Beverage
Note:*[CWINE] closures are recommended for use within 6 months after production date and should be stored in a cool, dry location prior to use. Each bag of closures should be used directly after opening.
Q & A
Customer Questions
Can you ship internationally? Where are you located?
The Cary Company online ordering platform is only set up to ship within the United States. For international shipments, please contact us at 630.629.6600 or Sales@thecarycompany.com, and we will be happy to process your order. Our main warehouse and office are located in Addison, Ill. We also have warehouses in across the United States that you can see here. Thank you for choosing The Cary Company.
Does The Cary Company have wine corkers?
Yes, The Cary Company carries a variety of cork closures.
How long can I store my wine with agglomerated wine corks?
It is recommended that you consume the wine within two years after bottling when using agglomerated wine corks.
Are all agglomerated corks printed?
Most of our agglomerated corks are printed but we do carry some that do not have printing. This is to highlight the natural aesthetic of the cork.
Does The Cary Company have wine corkers?
Yes, The Cary Company carries a variety of cork closures.
What type of wine is commonly used with TCA free wine corks?
Use these corks for medium to long periods of bottled wine to protect aroma and minimizing oxygen exposure.
Are these corks FDA approved?
Yes, TCA free wine corks are FDA approved.
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