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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4.7 / 5.015 ReviewsA good sealI've been using them for a year and they are great. No problems with leaks, and pretty easy to put on. No risk of a cork failure or having to put on foil. They look great too.July 7, 2013No more corks for meThese Zorks have replaced corks in my eyes. They are easier to put on, resealable, and the bottles can be stacked upright. They also look great on my wine bottles. You can use a mallet or even heat them in water to put them on.August 5, 2013Keeps wine sealed tightThe Zorks have become my go to sealer, ahead of corks. They are better in all regards. I have no problem putting them on, and have aged wine with them without problem. They work on different sized bottles too.September 5, 2013Pays for itselfThe Zorks work better than I imagined and can be reused. Simple to use with a mallet, and look good.December 25, 2013Allows wine to be stored upright in cases while agingI can pack away a lot of wine and let it age and not take up valuable rack space. These seal air tight and I've had 5 year old wine that is perfect.February 9, 2014WORK VERY WELLI have used these Zorks on two batches of mead and have not had any problems or any that have split (they should be sanitized and wet when you insert them). I also used a rubber mallet because your hand gets tired after a few. They look great, professional, and not need for the foil shrinking step or chance of cork failure!_x000D_August 26, 2011oh yeah zorks yeahthis product is so simple and easy to use. would highly recomendJuly 1, 2012Excellent productI've been using these for years now, and I love them. Just tap then on with a neoprene mallet. They will last for years and the bottles can be stored upright in cases. Zorks open without the need for a cork screw. Superior in every way to a cork in my opinion.September 5, 2012works fine on 375ml bottleThese will work very well on the 375ml bottle, BUT you need to work with them HOT. By that I mean keep them in a pot of boiling water (which sanitizes as well), I use gloves when I'm doing this because they are hot to the touch. I have gotten so good at it that I dont need the rubber mallet any longer, position in the center then push down turning right to left and they will seat nicely, but they must be hot (MALLIBLE) .February 11, 2013Easy to use once you get the hang of itI don't need a mallet or have to wear out my hands sealing bottles with these. Its also easy to open the bottle, and the seal is tight._x000D_February 19, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 2 answersWhat kind of bottle should I use with the Zorks? I'd like to try them when I bottle my Blackberry wine in a few months.BEST ANSWER: The zorks will work on any wine bottle as long as it is not a screw top type, or a champagne bottle. I hope that this helps!I want to buy the cheapest/biggest bottles that these fit. Any help ?BEST ANSWER: Hi Ferg,
The biggest bottles that would take these are the 1.5 liters: