Cork Dorks… did u know?

WHISTLER TREE
The “Whistler Tree” near Aguas de Moura, Portugal—named for its resident songbirds—
is the world’s largest and oldest cork tree. Planted in 1783, it’s said to
produce the world’s finest wine corks and is cultivated every nine years, each
harvest yielding enough bark to cap 100,000 bottles

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