- v close a bottle with a cork
- v stuff with cork
- s (of wine) tainted in flavor by a cork containing excess tannin
a corked port
- Beyond Asmara lies Massaua, Eritrea's only good port, which the Royal Navy had tightly corked and hoped soon to possess.
- The champagne bottles that had been chilled in anticipation of a celebration remained corked.
- One in 10 bottles of wine is tainted--or "corked," in the oenophile's argot--making it smell musty and taste bitter.
- Steve Hansen in Stuff.co.nz
We're not too bad really. Richie and Conrad have both got corked thighs - they should be okay,Hansen said shortly after the All Blacks' arrival in South Africa this morning (NZT). "We'll see how they are over the next couple of days but...
- Sammy Sosa in WTOV9.com
You only mention two things in 13 years that I was in Chicago. You mention the (corked) bat and the day that I left,Sosa said. "You don't mention all the great years I had in Chicago. I have to say I made maybe two mistakes in 13 years....
- Dave Van Horn in Springdale Morning News
He worked the count,Van Horn said. "He corked it. He smoked it. That was a no-doubter."