If more people embraced screwcaps, more wine makers would use them, and I'd have to dump less corked wine down the drain.
I also wish that people would learn to recognize cork taint. It's pretty easy: the wine will smell musty, mildewy, and like a wet basement. If you try a wine (and this is the primary reason why a server will serve you a "taste" of the bottle - although most servers have no idea why they're doing it and what you're looking for in that taste) and you have any doubt, it's probably corked. Send it back explaining that it's "corked." I can only imagine how many corked bottles get drunk every day, and that's no way to enjoy wine.
Buy Villa Maria wines. And buy wine from other producers who embrace alternate closures.
Stepping off soapbox...