Everyone who completed our January ’30-Second Survey’ was invited to enter a short quiz, with the closest to guessing the % vote in favour of cork winning a prize. 600 people took part.
The results were 16%, 12.4% and 59.5%. For the full results, see Corks v Screwcaps Survey Results.
Congratulations to the winners, Stuart Denlegh-Maxwell and Brian Cockburn
who each win a case of 2000 Château Cap de Faugères (89/100 from Robert Parker). Both were within 2 points on average of the pro-cork vote.
Mike and Liz Stamp snatched the third case, of 2000 Château Puygueraud (87/100 RP).
A Château Bauduc apron, for being within 3%, goes to these 6 who were so close – within 3% on average:
and Tim Scarff
If anyone who entered would like to know how they did, post a comment below or email me at gavin at bauduc.com (written like that to avoid spam). I’m afraid it’s just too big a spreadsheet to post here, and many people would prefer I kept the results out of the public eye.