About Nomacorc

nomacorcNomacorc is a worldwide leader in wine closures and the No. 1 closure brand for still wines in many countries including France, Germany and the United States. Dedicated to technological innovation, Nomacorc manufactures its portfolio of products using a patented co-extrusion process. As a result, Nomacorc closures provide consistent, predictable oxygen management and protect against off-flavors due to oxidation, reduction or cork taint. Nomacorc’s fully recyclable products are available through a vast network of distributors and sales agents on six continents. With nearly 500 employees worldwide and state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in the United States, Belgium, China and Argentina, Nomacorc produces more than 2 billion closures annually.

Working with renowned wine research institutes worldwide, Nomacorc leads the wine closure industry in fundamental and applied research into oxygen management in wine. Through these studies on critical wine quality parameters, the company’s enology team has identified wine quality improvement strategies that seek to eliminate fault and achieve winemaker intention in a consistent manner to ensure consumer enjoyment. This has led to the development of innovative devices and services to help improve wine quality management, called Wine Quality Solutions by Nomacorc, which combines a range of analyzers (NomaSense) and services (NomaServices) to provide winemakers with means to achieve intended wine styles as well as optimum quality and consistent wine development.

For more information, visit or follow Nomacorc on Twitter (@Nomacorc) and Facebook (Nomacorc).

Why is Nomacorc sponsoring ICCWS?

“As the industry leader in oxygen management, Nomacorc seeks to provide winemakers with tools and knowledge to achieve intended wine styles as well as optimum quality and consistent wine development. We’re delighted to support a dedicated discussion about the intricacies of making and marketing cool climate wines that will help shape the future of this unique wine sector.”

Dr. Stéphane Vidal,  Global Director of Enology, Nomacorc

For more information about Nomacorc, please visit