Most of my wine - 24 gallons so far this year - is consumed within 1- 1/2 years. I had been corking but recently discovered re-using twist top bottles. Reading up on those caps it seems they are threaded aluminum caps with a thin seal inside made from PVDC material which is proven excellent in the food industry for sealing out air and moisture and is quite durable. Bottles no longer need to be stored laying down to keep the cork moist and viable. I’m thinking that wine that is not intended to be saved for an extended period of time could re-use twist caps in place of corks and have a reliable method of re-sealing the bottle as opposed to trying in vain sometimes to save a corked up bottle for a day or so after opening. Comments please.