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... ‘Origine© by Diam’ 30 is distinguished from Diam 30 by faster oxygen input during the first 6 months followed by stabilization after one year. This difference is explained by the substitution of the microspheres (thermo-expandable polymers) by a beeswax emulsion which forms a slightly more porous structure in the initial stage without impacting the final permeability of the closure.
This study clearly shows that the choice of an obturator, and in particular its permeability to oxygen, is an enological act, just like the last stage in the technical vinification itinerary, which has been described for thiol wines (Lagarde-Pascal et al., 2013).