Do Cork Closures Protect Wines from Dimethyl Sulfide Aromas?
WIne Business Monthly - June 2011, Published CQC survey - April 2011
Summary : Review of literature describing the behavior of Dimethyl sulfide (DMS) in bottled wines. Outlines storage conditions that cause DMS to develop including temperature and the effect of low permeation closures .Includes two market surveys of commercial wines by closure measuring observed DMS by closure type. Concludes that the use of cork closures may reduce the effect of DMS.