Corks have been pulled from two of Reh Kendermann's key wine ranges following concern about their effects on the wine. The leading German producer has replaced the corks in the latest vintages of its Kendermanns and River Route wines with synthetic Nomacorcs. The company is reacting to the growing concern about cork taint caused by trichloroanisole (TCA) found in cork forests and in the wine production process. Export director Liz Stich commented: "We are delighted we will no longer experience TCA taint problems with these wines." {{DRINKS }}

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