New study proves wine tastes better if it's sealed with a cork

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Publish Date
Friday, 13 October 2017, 10:31AM
A study has found it is actually the sound of the cork that makes the wine taste better. (Photo \ Getty Images)

A new study has found wine tastes better when the bottle is sealed with a cork.

But not for the reasons you might expect.

It is actually the sound of the cork that makes the wine taste better.

Leader of the study and professor of experimental psychology at Oxford University, Charles Spence spoke to Mike Hosking about the study.

LISTEN ABOVE AS CHARLES SPENCE SPEAKS WITH MIKE HOSKING

 

 

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