Nomacorc Announces The Release Of Grape-based Stoppers In 2020

Posted: Dec 05, 2019

We plan to launch a Nomacorc stopper made from grape pomace in 2020, said Olav Aagaard, vice-president of Vinventions' R&D department, at the opening of Sitevi in Montpellier on November 26. The stopper, which will be called Grappe Line, will likely be showcased in Bordeaux during the next Vinitech, promised Aagaard.

0 carbon footprint

Until the bio-sourced stopper, which is part of a dynamic circular economy, is released, Nomacorc has also announced a new innovation for its Green Line range of stoppers made from sugar cane. Classic Green and Smart Green are now certified carbon neutral by the certification company TUV. “Our two top-of-the-range caps, the Reserva and Select Green, already had a carbon-neutral footprint. Now, the entire Green Line range has a zero carbon footprint”, said Vinventions' communications director Caroline Thomas. “This carbon neutral certification will not affect the price”, stressed Aagaard.

December 4, 2019
Source: Vitisphere

Image Source:

Go-Wine Sharing and Promotion

Go-Wine's mission is to organize food and beverage information and make it universally accessible and beneficial. These are the benefits of sharing your article in

  • It Generates Free Traffic to your site.
  • Your Article Will Get Indexed Faster.
  • Your Google Rankings Will Rise. Google Rise Articles with Positive Participation & Contribution.
  • Your Article Will Reach New Customers and Audience. Go-Wine has a selected audience and visitors from over 120 countries.
  • You always receive credit - you will be cited accurately (Author, Website & Hyperlink).
  • The integrity of the Information is not compromised - you always will be linked to the most up to date version of your article.

Contact Us for more information.

© 2020 Go-Wine©. All Rights Reserved.
Designed by CX Web Design. Vision of Wine Business Academy