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Champagne closure

The classic closure for champagne is a special cork which, due to the high carbon dioxide pressure, has a larger volume/diameter than that for still wines. The cork is secured by means of an agraffe. The small metal capsules attached to the cork are a sought-after collector's item for fans of placomusophilia. The company ALCAN developed a special closure called MAESTRO with the champagne house Duval-Leroy, which was presented in mid-2009.

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