Wine Spectator's expert describes the process of "recorking" as it's used to preserve collectible wines, and also explains how opened bottles can be kept in good .
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How Wines are Recorked or Reconditioned, Recorking Wine Explained discusses the process of. Air will enter into the bottle allowing the wine to evaporate.
Keep your wine from developing that vinegary taste by recorking the bottle after pouring. Here are 5 ways to reseal your wine bottle to slow down oxidation!
When a full 750 ml bottle cannot be consumed in one sitting, recork it and enjoy it later. Do it right and you can keep the remaining wine fresh for three to five days.
Recorking Champagne and Sparkling Wine. Champagne and sparkling wine generally come with tapered corks that won't fit back in the bottle, no matter what