DetailsWe carry a large selection of wine bottle corks, screw caps, stoppers, and closures so you can seal your wine bottles any way you choose. Which cork should you use? While the answer can seem complicated, it comes down to this simple question: How long you want to age your wine? For short term wine aging (3-6 months) a #7 cork will work well. For medium term wine aging (up to 9 months) a #8 cork will do the trick. If you are trying to build a large and diverse wine cellar, we suggest using #9 corks. This will allow for long term aging (9 months or more). Please note that using a #9 cork will require the use of a compression corker. We recommend making an investment in one of our floor corker options. While they are a little more expensive, they pay huge dividends in time saved and ease of use on bottling day.
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5.0 / 5.039 ReviewsExcellent ExperienceEasy site to follow which helped me find what I needed quickly. Product is exactly what I wanted and was delivered very fast. Highly recommendedMay 16, 2019Purchased
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2 months agoThey work great!!! The order arrived promptly as scheduled.March 19, 2019Purchased
3 months agocorksThe corks are of good quality. Works well with my corking device.April 28, 2017Purchased
over 2 years ago#9 corksVery good quality wine corks. I use them with a floor corker and they work very well.January 6, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agolikeworks well have had no problem with them. Would recommend them.December 16, 2016Purchased
over 2 years agomiles wine makerthe items that I ordered came in fast and right on size. Midwest supplies does an excellent jobAugust 15, 2016Great corksKeeps the wine in the bottle and the air out of the bottle. What more could you ask for? I use this size hoping for a longer storage time on my wines.March 25, 2016CorksHard to bottle with. Maybe I didn't soak them enough.March 20, 2016
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 10 answersHow long can I store my wine, if I use this cork?BEST ANSWER: Assuming wine is stored properly and on its side, this cork should last at least 10 years or more. The quality of the wine, however, is another matter because some wine is formulated to be consumed within 1-2 years max.Can you tell me the exact height and weight for one cork.what does #9 mean as well as 15/16"*3/4"?sorry,a newbie here.BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure of the weight, but the height is 1 3/4".
#9 refers to the diameter of the cork; which is 15/16" at the wide end.is the grape imprint also on the other side of the cork?BEST ANSWER: It is on one side only. The rectangular box print finishes on the other side