DetailsFinish your wine-bottling with these first quality agglomerated corks made from uniform shavings and unused portions of cork. Mixed with appropriate food grade glue for a dense and well-made closure, these #8 corks create tight seal and are perfect for aging wine or mead for up to two years.
Chamfered with a decorative Master Vintner® logo, these corks fit standard 375 ml, 750 ml and 1.5 liter wine bottles.
- Details & Instructions
4.9 / 5.048 ReviewsJanuary 30, 2016grate corksworks well, and for more than just a couple yearsMarch 21, 2013nice quality corkGood quality cork. Easy to cork and zero leaks for my first two batches. So for so good!_x000D_March 28, 2013Standard good corkIt seals well and works in most bottles. It's also easy enough to insert with the basic plastic corker, though you will get tired.May 15, 2013Good quality corkEasy to insert, and hold well. Even after a year they are snug and the wine is fine. The big advantage of these corks is they go in easy with the inexpensive corker that comes with the starter kit, so you don't have to pay a fortune for a corker.May 21, 2013Great for my plastic corker.These corks worked perfectly with my handheld plastic corker (which I find very easy to use, by the way.) These corks look especially good with the black (or whatever color) meltable seals that cover the tops of the bottles.July 6, 2013Works greatWhat can you say about cork LOL. I just bottled 30 bottles with the plastic plunge corker and it was a piece of cake. They seem to fit very tight so I will not bother trying the #9 corks with my hand corker.July 8, 2013GreatSuccessfully used these with a plunge corker to cork 30 bottles. Works well and the price is great.July 18, 2013Work GreatHave been having great luck with these corks for two years. No problems during the aging.November 24, 2016Purchased
1 year agoQuality corkI've used these corks for years. I have bottles that are 3 years old and are fine. They go in easily and make a good seal. I haven't had any problems with leakage.July 31, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 5 answersWhat type cork is best for long term aging of wine ?BEST ANSWER: These corks are rated for 2 years. As long as you're going to keep the bottles stored at an angle where the bottom of the cork will be kept wet, I would think you could go even longer... but if you are concerned about the long-term performance, then I'd suggest you use a synthetic cork, more expensive, but no worries about drying out...How many of the #8 corks come in an orderBEST ANSWER: 30 for the small order, 100 for the large orderDo you have to soak them in anything before use?