DetailsThis Mini Wine Corker may not look like much, but it is a great hand corker. What it lacks in size, it makes up for in durability and functionality. The Master Vintner Mini Corker works with sizes #7 and #8 corks of all compositions. Applying direct force to the cork ensures a proper seal to keep your wine protected. We would recommend using a rubber mallet to help insert the cork into the bottle.
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3.3 / 5.06 ReviewsBest cheap corker out thereI tried the other affordable corkers and this one was the simplest and easiest to use by yourself. It takes a little strength but is quite intuitive and I felt more comfortable with it over the double lever or plastic plunger. Eventually I think I will invest in a floor corker but for now, this is a nice introductory option and I really like itFebruary 3, 2017Came with a kitIf you boil the corks before use they go in pretty easy
Works very wellMarch 10, 2017Stop, Hammer TimeThis came with my kit. As a woman bottling her first wine, I have to say that this corker was next to impossible for me to use. I simply don't have the strength.
I do, however, have a hammer. Not the gentlest way to get this done, will be looking into methods that require less "man power."February 8, 2017Home brewer useI used it on a very limited batch basis and it worked fine. I can certainly see where a mechanical corker with more leverage would be better for more extensive use.February 2, 2018Purchased
7 months agoehhhgot this with a bottling kit that came with bottles, the corker, and some corks. Soaked the corks while I was working on the bottling process, maybe not long enough or hot enough water, but this was kind of difficult to use. I eded up using a hammer to get the corks in with this thing, which did the job eventually. When I went to open a bottle, the cork ended up breaking.... not sure if it is related, though.April 9, 2018Don't botherIf you get this with a kit, may as well use it. But I would just splurge for the next best corker. This is difficult to use and requires a bit of strength.December 18, 2016
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