Wine corkscrew

Uncork your favorite wines with ease using these must-have wine corkscrews. Discover the best corkscrews that will make opening a bottle of wine effortless and enjoyable.
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About this item Consists of chrome plated steel with wood handle for long lasting durability T-shaped corkscrew with 4" screw Simply screw into a cork and pull Elegant old fashioned design is a great addition to any style of kitchen As with all wood products, handwash only to ensure lasting beauty.

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About this item COMBINING FUNCTION AND STYLE, this sturdy wine bottle opener feels substantial in the hand and looks elegant on the table. Wine connoisseurs find it foolproof and efficient, simply place the wine corkscrew opener over the bottle, twist the handle to insert the auger into the cork, and watch the opener's wings rise. Then press the wings down to extract the cork. A coated wire screw glides smoothly through the cork, and a stopper prevents the screw from breaking the cork…

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It seems elementary: buy wine, pull out cork. But somewhere in the middle there, things can get a little…dicey. Especially if you find yourself in a rental cabin or on a picnic without the luxury of a fancy, state-of-the-art corkscrew. A wine key corkscrew is the simplest and most basic way to open a bottle of wine — and I would argue, the most elegant. It is, after all, what waiters and sommeliers use! A few firm twists, a flick of the wrist and Pop! Out comes the cork.

James Stewart