Wines are commonly aged in wooden barrels made from oak. It is known that the wooden barrel affects the flavor, aroma etc.
But, from online research, most sources state that the secondary aging done after bottling has more to do with breathability. In many cork vs screw-cap debates, the conclusion is that modern screw-caps have the same breathability as cork, so the wine should age at least as well as it would have with cork.
But, I have not seen anything mentioning the cork/wood actually changing the flavor/aroma, etc., just like as oak barrels do.
Is aging in-bottle affected by the cork in a manner other than breathability? Does the cork impart flavor, aroma, etc.?