Store wine for up 2 years or more with these quality corks that work in any of our wine bottles, keeping your homemade wine delicious and fresh.
- Non-chamfered with agglomerated cork center and natural cork disk ends
- Center made of many cork pieces, and are pressed together to form the cork.
- Choose 30- or 100-count package
- Note: Due to the construction of these corks we do not recommend using a hand corker to insert these corks. A floor corker is highly recommended.
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4.5 / 5.013 ReviewsNot as good as I thoughtThey are not as good as I thought they would be! They break apart every time I extract the cork !! Not happyJanuary 30, 2018Purchased
11 months agoFebruary 9, 2016Order reviewGreat web site. Easy to navigate and usually have great specials. Wide selection of beer and wine making supplies.December 17, 2015Worth the extra costThey last and don't crumble after several years. I use a floor corker and have no problem seating them properly They look good and the end tips are natural cork.February 4, 2014Consistantly goodI have never had an issue with this substantive cork. Considering the time, effort and money put into making wine there is no reason not to spend a few more cents for a quality corkJanuary 14, 2014Worth the extra premiumI've used them for a few years and they look nicer and last longer than regular corks. I use a floor corker and have no problem getting them in.January 9, 2014PerfectI have been using these corks for 3 years now and they remain perfect and do not leak. I love them. Be sure to buy in the 1000 quantity to save more money!September 7, 2013Great Results, worth the extra expenseI have been using these corks exclusively for several years. They do what they are supposed to do, and look nice while they do it. I did break the handles on my Gilda hand corker getting them in the bottle. Now I use the Italian floor corker, which works perfectly with these corks.August 3, 2013Nice tight fitThese corks look and feel like they are higher quality. I really like that the ends are capped with natural cork so that the part of the cork in contact with my wine is one piece and not an aglomeration held together by glue. Although it is food-grade glue in the lesser-quality corks, it makes me feel better to not have it in contact with my wine.March 11, 2013good!I used these and they work just fine! I like that the print is darker_x000D__x000D_Note: if you have problems only getting them into the bottle "most" way, and not all the way, it's because you're not corking fast enough (or "with enough authority")January 25, 2013
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