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Cork comes from the bark of the cork oak tree. It’s harvested by hand without ever cutting down a tree or killing it. Cork trees can be harvested every 9-12 years, up to 15 times in their 200+ year lifespan.
Harvesting cork boosts the cork oak’s carbon consumption by up to five times! This is because the tree must absorb more CO2 to grow back its bark.
For each ton of cork harvested, the cork forest absorbs an average of 55 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere. This means that a single cork represents 55 times its own weight in carbon sequestered.
For thousands of years people have used cork for its practical applications. Cork is buoyant, lightweight, fire-resistant, thermally and acoustically insulating, anti-microbial, hydrophobic, rot-resistant and naturally beautiful.
Most people sense that natural wine corks have an inherent value; that they’re too good to end up in the trash. We couldn’t agree more.