It's time wineries became uniform with their corks. Some have the traditional 'cork' cork, others have what looks like a cork but is a dense white plasticity thing and others use screw tops. More and more wine bottles are seen with screw tops, more and more countries are using them.
Some people believe a screw top wine bottle means cheap and bad wine but this is not the case. The screw tops have been found to keep wine safer and fresher, no cork to deteriorate...which often happens. I'm all for getting everyone on board the screw top train, it's much easier.
The 'cork' corks often crumble when pulled and the dense white plastic corks are hard to remove and will not go back into the bottle. And, they don't recycle.
Most counties now have some of their wine in screw tops, but more need to get on board when it's financially feasible. California is behind France and Italy and Australia in this area. The best part is the screw tops are so much handier, especially with a crowd.