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Tuesday Wine: Screw Top Snobbery

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It seems that more and more wine makers are using screw tops these days.  As the debate continues over whether or not the world is truly running out of cork trees, so continues my search for good, affordable wines.  I’ll readily admit that although practical, screw tops aren’t as romantic as real cork.  There’s something romantic and exciting about that “pop” sound as a cork is freed from its bottle.  Which option is better or more sustainable –  Who knows?  But I do know that we’ve found two good wines with lowbrow screw tops that hold their own: Banrock Station Shiraz/Cabernet and Ass Kisser Red Wine (seriously, that’s the name).  So before you turn up your nose at the screw top, try these two Tuesday Wines.  You won’t be sorry.

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