DetailsZorks are a brand new simple, reliable, leak-free way to"cork" your wine. They do not require a corker - you can seal the bottles by hand! You may want to use a rubber mallet to tap the closure into the bottle once started. To open the bottle, tear off the spiral strip and remove the tasting cork closure. No corkscrew required. No cork taint or broken corks! Preserves your wine for 4-5 years. Serves as a tasting cork once the seal is removed.
Note: Zorks will not work with screw cap or Champagne wine bottles.
- Details & Instructions
4.8 / 5.013 ReviewsZork'sI love the Zork's they are very easy to use. Just start them by hand then drive them home with a rubber mallet. To open the bottle of wine you just pull off the plastic strip and you have a tasting cork you remove by hand. The tasting cork will keep the wine fresh in the refrigerator if you can't drink the entire bottle. No corkers required to install the cork and no cork screws required to remove it. Greatest thing since the invention of peanut butter.January 24, 2016Excellent Product: Great PriceI have been making mead for almost a year now and have only used Zorks when bottling. No problems at all! I would suggest this product to anyone.October 16, 2011Zorks are the hit of the moment!This item is the deal of the century compared to the regular cork. I love it!January 9, 2017Purchased
5 months agoZorks Split and leakedZorks are great and easy to use. However, I stored some wine bottles on their side on a wine rack in my basement and the zorks began to split and leak. The bottles which I didn't lay down have not had a problemAugust 2, 2013Good with the right bottlethe first time I used Zorks I didn't use the right bottle and the results were very poor. i gave up on them for a year until a friend convinced me to try them, with the right bottles. I'm glad I listened to him because these live up to their billing. They are easier to seal than corks and are reusable.February 19, 2014Zorksthese save so much time and do a much better job of sealing the bottle and can be used to reseal a part full bottle 5stars for sureMay 22, 2017Purchased
1 year agoZorksI like the zorks because of the ease of corking my bottles and having a stopper to put back in that seals great. The thickness of the neck of some bottles can be a problem as the zip won't fit so I just use thinner neck bottlesMarch 23, 2017Purchased
4 months agoAwesome productThis is the best product I've used for wine bottles. Easy to use and very decorative. No foil wraps are necessary to make the bottles attractive in your wine rack or for gifts.January 12, 2013Very goodEasy to use (and you dont need a mallet), just follow directions. Buy the right bottles and these do not leak.February 17, 2013RecommenedZorks are a lot easier to use than corks, and they can reseal. They are decorative and you don't need foil to make the bottles look presentable. I recommend them to everyone.May 19, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 5 answersWhat kind of bottles are best? Answer in reviews was confusing to a newbieBEST ANSWER: I use just the cheapest bottle that midwest sells i give a lot of wine away and never see the bottles use a rubber mallet -- let wine set a bit(degas)before zorking ihave used corks for years ,the zorks are much better you can rezork the bottle if you dont finish it do not affect the taste of the wine a bit pricy but igive them 5 starshow many in a packBEST ANSWER: Hi Hardie,
They come in packs of 30 or 100. You can select which option you need by the drop-down menu above the red "Add to Cart" button.