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.
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4.9 / 5.057 ReviewsDecember 21, 2018Purchased
1 month agoNovember 23, 2018Purchased
2 months agoGood productWorked great with floor corker. Looks professionally doneNovember 13, 2018Purchased
3 months agoNovember 12, 2018Purchased
3 months agoThey work great with my corker and I will order someday.November 1, 2018Purchased
3 months agoThe corks are great, I just need a new corker mine is not the best. I received them right away. Thanks MidwestOctober 31, 2018Purchased
4 months agoGreat quality. Good price.These corks worked well for bottling my wine. There were no voids or inconsistent sizing. Every one of them sealed my bottles perfectly. They arrived on the day they were promised. I would buy them again.October 7, 2018Purchased
4 months agoFits even screw on cap bottlesThese fit every bottle I've tried to cap so far, even when I lost the screw on cap for a wine bottle, I just plug 'er up with this and it's good to go! Do yourself a favor and get the floor capper unless you weight more than 180lbs, because this will take all your weight to squeeze into the bottle using the cheap bottler! No leaks or deterioration or off flavors in wine, even when on the side.September 3, 2018Purchased
8 months agothese were easy to use and gave a good seal.i used a hand corkerJuly 16, 2018Purchased
7 months ago
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 6 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...Do you have to soak them in anything before use?BEST ANSWER: Hi Jeff,
It can help to soak the corks before insertion and it is recommended to sanitize them before use.How many of the #8 corks come in an orderBEST ANSWER: 30 for the small order, 100 for the large order