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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5.0 / 5.08 ReviewsGood productI have used Zorks on a few batches and have not had any problems._x000D_Hammer them in with a rubber mallet to spare your hand._x000D_Make sure they are sanitized and wet when you insert them._x000D_October 24, 2012Zorks are greatThey are easy to put on, especially if you have a rubber mallet. They seal well, and are easy to remove, and can seal up partially consumed bottles. I also like the way they look. One of the best wine accessories (luxury items) I've come across.April 28, 2013Better than corksI now prefer them to corks. Use a rubber mallet and they go on easily enough with no leaks. They look good and can reseal an opened bottle.July 22, 2013awesome productThe Zorks are the best product I've used for wine bottles. They are easy to use , you don't need a mallet, and they are decorative. No foil wraps are necessary to make the bottles attractive in your wine rack or for gifts.October 10, 2013Modern era corkEasy to use, seals well, does not degrade, and can be reused. All advantages over cork. The only negative is price, which is offset after a few uses.January 8, 2014Nice lookingThe zork works as well as a cork. It is easier to put on and remove and seals as well without disintegrating over time.February 5, 2014Got CorksNeeded corks for wine found a great selection here.March 16, 2016
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