Ecology, recyclability, CO2 absorption, conservation of cork oak forests.
There are many reasons to fall in love with and support a project on the promotion of cork, especially for a company like ours which has defined its statute by becoming a Benefit Society.
Even from a quick learning curve, we will realise that cork is in many cases an irreplaceable material.
Excellent thermal insulation, excellent acoustic insulation, light, fireproof, are characteristics that make it a valuable material also in building and furnishing, obviously associated with the fact of total recyclability.
Not everyone knows that cork is the only organic material present on the Space Shuttle, acting as thermal insulation and fireproofing for the outer layers.
It's no coincidence that Re-cork's claim is "first of all", or rather the conquest of the place it deserves.
Uncorking a bottle of wine with slow, measured, always the same gestures.
If this has been done for centuries, we can say that it is now a ritual.
But even rituals can change and be enriched with new meanings.
Leaving a cork at the disposal of our guests offers a new experience that will be appreciated by any wine lover or connoisseur.
Smell, touch, sight, wisdom; more than thirty types of cork production suggest a world rich in culture, capable of writing new pages of fiction.
Topics of wine culture can be interspersed with technical aspects offering interesting discussions for everyone.
It is enough to look at a technical sheet of a cork stopper to understand how vast, complex and skilful the process is that leads to the production of quality stoppers.
But the real values lie in the experience of each of us, an experience that predisposes us favourably, also from an economic point of view, towards a wine with a quality cork.