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.
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4.6 / 5.016 ReviewsZork's are great!I have been making wine for about two (2) years now and have been using Zork's the entire time._x000D__x000D_Zork's are very easy to use (I just use a rubber mallet when bottling), and according to manufacturer, Zork's will protect your wine better and longer than your average cork._x000D__x000D_I only wish that Zork's were available in more colors._x000D__x000D_It's a great product._x000D__x000D_December 15, 2009Excellent productI've used Zorks many times, and like them very much, especially for ports, where I'd like the option of a tasting cork. They're easy to install, with just a rubber mallet. They lay down nicely, with no leakage what so ever. Highly recommended!January 24, 2012Very nice productOk I too am a mead maker and I have used Zorks on every batch of mead made. I too had leakage, but it was my fault. I cold crash my mead, and I bottled too soon after pulling the mead out of the fridge. I then laid the bottles on their side and had some leakage. _x000D__x000D_What I do now is bottle and leave them standing up. After a day to acclimate I go back and ensure the zorks are firmly pressed down. Then long term storage on their sides. I have some bottles that are more than a year old and still no leaks. _x000D__x000D_I would recommend Zorks to any meader or vinter..January 27, 2012These work surprisingly wellPros_x000D_They are easier to put on that using a cork. You need a mallet though._x000D__x000D_Seal very well._x000D__x000D_Can stand up or lay down._x000D__x000D_Can be reused_x000D__x000D__x000D_Cons_x000D__x000D_ExpensiveJune 4, 2013EasyI have used Zorks twice now and I absolutely love the ease of corking with them. All you have to do is make sure you have the right bottles and that's it. Just pop them in with your hand. It was so easy even I could help my husband cork and cut our time in half. They are great when you give your wine as gifts because they don't need a wine opener.July 11, 2013The new corkI still use a mallet but they are easier to put on than corks. They seal well and the bottles can be stored standing up. And they can be reused._x000D_August 21, 2013Clever inventionThe zorks are a neat little invention. I don't need an expensive corker, my hand or a mallet is good enough, and they hold a tight seal. They look more upscale than corks, and i don't need any fancy wrappings. If the price comes down I will use them all the time.November 27, 2013These work well and can be reusedThese are easier to put on than corks and they seal well. I use a mallet to spare my hands.January 26, 2014Clever sealThey are easy to use, and you don't have to use a rubber mallet either. They are reusable and you can stack them or rest them on their side and they don't leak.February 25, 2014Smart looking productProbably the best product I've used for wine bottles. It's easy to use and very decorative. No foil wraps are necessary to make the bottles attractive in your wine library or for gifts.March 28, 2014
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