DetailsThe Italian Floor Corker is the Cadillac of corkers. This corker is very similar to the Portuguese corker, but with some upgrades. It is equipped with a brass iris compression fitting instead of plastic. A long handle gives you plenty of leverage and the corks go in effortlessly. This corker is very easy to use, and will last any hobby vintner a lifetime.
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4.9 / 5.047 ReviewsWow!This is the only way to fly ... And as small as my wine making space is, and it IS tiny, It was no trouble to ind a little corner for it's 'forever home.' Don't know why anyone would bother with any other model.December 6, 2018Purchased
1 month agoIt makes corking of bottles simple and so easy. Great product.July 22, 2018Purchased
5 months agoDoes the job, but could be betterThis corker does the job. But its contruction is a tad lightweight and its action a tad less smooth that I would like. I'd prefer a heavier duty construction even if it cost more.June 30, 2018Purchased
8 months agoDoes a great job.I’m very happy with it, very well made. I use the Nomacorks, this corker is recommended for them.May 5, 2018Purchased
8 months agoProduct is perfect, and Midwest Supplies service even better.December 5, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat CorkerThis is an outstanding floor corker. It take little to no effort to cork a batch in less than 15 minutes. The only thing I did to this tool out of the box besides the quick and easy assembly was to add 1" rubber stoppers to the bottom of the three legs for stability on slick floor surfaces. Highly recommend!October 13, 2017Purchased
1 year agoAwesome, bottling is so much easier! Very stable!March 24, 2017Purchased
1 year agoWorks great right out ofWorks great right out of the gate buy good only onceDecember 23, 2015Don't wait!I can't believe how simple this makes corking your wine. It doesn't matter the design or height of the bottle. I wish I hadn't waited so long!June 1, 2015Corks anything and everythingIt handles almost all corks and all bottles. Much easier on the hands than a hand corker. It seats the cork perfectly and is fast, letting me finish up sooner rather than later.March 26, 2014
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Browse 7 questions Browse 7 questions and 13 answersI am wondering the dimensions (height especially)? Thanks,BEST ANSWER: It is 35 inches high, one inch less than a yard. The base is 22 inches by 18 inches. From the front to the end of the handle is 27 inches.Will the Italian Floor Corker work for large (3L and 6L) bottles? If not, what corker will?BEST ANSWER: Yes, this corker will work with 3 liter and larger bottles, as long as it fits between the bottle rest and the compressing jaws - the the largest bottle height would be about 14.75 inchesWill the Italian corker with champagne and Belgian beer bottles/corks?BEST ANSWER: Belgian beer bottles yes. You want the champagne corker for champagne corks and even then it is quite difficult.The lever assembly on mine is extremely stiff/tight, requiring that I step on the stand/leg to pull it up. Is this normal and will it loosen with use?BEST ANSWER: My floor corker works smoothly and very easily. I do not need to place any weight in the stand to use it.I was wondering how I could get the bottle capper attachment. I understand it doesn't come with it but you can purchase it separately. ThanksBEST ANSWER: We do not carry the capper attachment. They are available from other retailers though. Sorry for any inconvenience.We are bottling vodka in 750ml bottles with an 18.5mm opening. We will be using a composite T-Cork with our logo molded into the top the cap portion of the cork is going to be about 32mm . Will this corker work in our application?BEST ANSWER: Steve,
It sounds like you are talking about tasting corks? If thats the case then you don't need to use a corker at all you can just push it in and tap with a rubber mallet if needed.Can you use this for corking Belgian beers without any special attachmentsBEST ANSWER: To cork Belgian bottles you would want the champagne floor corker. This one probably can insert them but not to the correct depth. The champagne floor corker is required to do it correctly. I hope this helps! Cheers! James J.