Finish your wine-bottling fun with the corks you need to bottle and store your delicious wine. These all-natural wine bottle corks are some of the best sold online, high-quality and champfered (beveled) to work with all of the 750ml bottles we sell.
- All-natural wine bottle corks
- First-quality agglomerated corks made from uniform shavings and unused portions of cork, mixed with appropriate food grade glue to form a dense, well-made closure
- Fit 750ml bottles and 1.5 liter wine bottles
- Chamfered and printed with a decorative grape leaf pattern
- Best inserted with a floor or bench corker and compressing iris
- Note: #9 corks feature a larger diameter than #8 corks; not recommended for use with plastic plunger-type corker
- Details & Instructions
4.9 / 5.035 ReviewsGood corknever had one leak, good for longer term storage. All I use is the #9, but make sure you have a floor corker.April 6, 2013Cheap and easy.Don't mess around with corks from eBay or elsewhere. These are guaranteed to fit I used them and loved them.May 16, 2013Fits My NeedsThese corks do the job for me and are much more affordable in the long run. Works great with my floor corker. High quality and seals well.May 21, 2013Good stuffThese corks do what they are designed to do. Had one of these suckers push out, but I later found out that its because that one bottle turned to vinegar! Not the corks fault of course, just need to be more thorough when sanitizing.June 29, 2013Work great.These corks did exactly what I wanted them to do. I had no trouble corking them, and am glad that they provide a more solid fit for longer aging periods.July 6, 2013Works wellThese came with my floor corking kit and they work well. The grapes on the side add a nice touch as well.July 24, 2013great corks with a floor corkerThey form a good seal and they hold up and don't deteriorate over time.September 29, 2013Good corks and a good priceI like the beveled ends, that helps. I've used them for more than 250 bottles without problems.November 12, 2013These are good corksThese corks are good quality and the beveled ends help make them easy to bottle._x000D_Iv'e used these for 2 year old wines and they hold up fine.February 18, 2014Cork it....with this quality corkFor the cost and the added quality offering a good seal I went from the #8 to #9 cork and now continue to use this cork. I've never had a bad tasting wine due to using these corks. Good up to two years. My supply of wine is never in stock past that. I would recommend the floor corking machine for corking your bottles with these thicker corks.February 18, 2014
- Customer Q&A
Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 10 answersHow long can I store my wine, if I use this cork?BEST ANSWER: I bought these for a friend who ferments with us. I believe the literature says these are good for two years but they rarely have anything left after 9 or 10 months so I really can't tell you based on their use! I use synthetic corks for my own wine. I have uncorked bottles close to five years old and the wine is fine.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 sidehow many corks for $4.95BEST ANSWER: These corks are $4.99 for a bag of 30. A bag of 100 is $14.99. -Mike W, Midwest Supplies