7 Wine Faults to Look For

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Warning Signs:

Scents of wet cardboard, wet newspaper and wet dog.

The Cause:

Cork taint is a chemical compound called TCA (2,4,6-trichloroanisole), which lurks in some corks and damp surfaces such as wine barrels.

Drink or Dump?


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