We manufacture various types of cork stoppers from which we highlight:

Natural Cork Stopper

Produced from carefully selected raw material and meeting updated regulatory and legal requirements, the natural stopper provides, with its unique characteristics, an effective seal, as well as, a positive development of the wines in bottle.

Natural Colmated Cork Stopper

In the natural cork is added an operation to improve the quality of its surface, making it fit to seal wines mainly of fast consumption.

Agglomerated Cork Stopper

Agglomerated cork stoppers are developed from the waste of natural cork stoppers production. These stoppers are used in fast consumption wines.

Technical 1 +1 Cork Stopper

To the agglomerated body, are added two natural cork discs, thus resulting in the technical corks N + N. The most common is the cork with a disc in each of the tops - 1 +1.

Cork Stopper for Sparkling Wine / Beer

This stopper has been specifically designed for this type of drinks being provided with chipboard or particleboard body with 2 disks body.

Cork Stopper for Spirit Wines

Consists of a natural cork of good quality, which has glued a Wood or Plastic Capsule. This stopper is produced in accordance with the bottle and product type.

Cork Specialties

We may provide conical or other formats stoppers, intended for bottles or other various uses.





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After the 3rd stripping, the tree has a duration of 150-200 years, subject to about 16 strippings.

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The 1st cork apt to produce cork stoppers is taken from the 3rd stripping, ie the 25-30 year old cork oak tree.

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The best time to rip off is between the months of May or June to August.

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The cork oak is the only tree in the world whose bark can be extracted without killing it.

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In the manufacturing process of cork products, all waste is used for other purposes.

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Since the reign of the Portuguese King Dinis (XIII century) that there are laws to protect the cork oak tree.

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Portugal tem a maior extensão do mundo de área de Sobreiros (730.000 hectares).

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Portugal was the pioneer in creating laws that prohibit the killing of the Cork Oak and encourage their planting and exploitation.

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It is estimated that the cork oaks absorb per year, 4.8 million tons of carbon dioxide.

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A cork oak tree produces in average 4.000 cork stoppers per harvest.

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Cork is a natural, recyclable and biodegradable product.