Corking | Article about corking by The Free Dictionary
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A carpentry joint formed by two crossed structural timbers, each of which is notched at the place where they cross.
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Francis Cabernet Sauvignon, only 36 out of 72,000 bottles had to be recorked because the Cellukork would not insert with the corking
Synthetic corks are inserted into wine bottles using a standard corking
machine, with minor adjustments occasionally required.