Introducing A Diam Educational Video Series with Francois Margot of Diam Bouchage
Friday, July 17, 2020|
by G3 Enterprises
Do you want to know more about how best to control the oxygen transfer rate? Are you interested in cork advancements designed to protect your wines? Do you simply want to be a source of cork trivia at cocktail parties and summer barbecues? Diam and G3 are now offering a new on-demand educational short-form video series called, “Francois Friday,” hosted by Diam’s Francois Margot to address all things cork! The short vignettes provide unique, fun insight and understanding about cork closures for wine, spirits and beer. New episodes are available every Friday with the first seven episodes of the 14-episode series available now.
Contact us if you want to speak with Francois for more in-depth understanding and conversation or have suggestions about other cork topics.
Francois Friday Episodes
Episode 1 - The DIAM Solution
How many different types of wine, beer and spirit bottles have you come across? In this first episode of the ‘Francois Friday’ video series, Francois dives into cork solutions for different bottle formats.
Episode 2 - A Bit of Cork History
Take a step back in time as Francois visits the history of bottle sealing and the evolution of cork over time.
Episode 3 - Meet Origine
Meet the sustainable Diam Cork that was driven by innovation to not only guarantee long aging for 5, 10 or 30 years, but respects the planet with its bio-sourced natural ingredients and use of beeswax emulsion.
Episode 4 - Oxygen - Friend or Foe?
In the G3 Mocon Lab, Francois delves into the importance of oxygen in the winemaking process and weighs in on a way to manage oxygen ingress into the bottle.
Episode 5 - Let It Breathe with OTR
Find the perfect closure to control your wine aging as Francois explains OTR, the MVP when it comes to enjoying your wines the way the winemaker intended.
Episode 6 - What is OIR?
Oxygen, it can either make or break your wine. Last week we learned about OTR, so let’s throw in another variable in wine bottling - OIR!
Episode 7 - The Famous Cork Taint
Cork taint. It’s not harmful to humans, but it can give wine a musty aroma and musty flavors leading consumers to think that the wine is bad through no fault of the winemaker.
Episode 8 -Your Cork is Your Brand
A cork closure often becomes a keepsake, a memory of a meaningful moment. What makes it special is the brand emblazoned on the sides or end of the cork. In this episode, Francois showcases how G3 uses heat transfer to provide consistent, high-quality printing on corks.