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Wine Bottle Cork Opener

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Guido

01-12-2021 09:18:03




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Any one have one. I have a few, but this one is the best,

Guido.




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Janicholson

01-14-2021 09:55:23




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
Here is the opposite end of the story. Yankee Bottle corker ! My brother has one. Jim



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Charles in Aus.

01-14-2021 04:41:54




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
:D .

Very funny BC .
We even have this stuff called electricity but it's more than twice as powerful as most of yours at 240 volts .

A point closer to Guido's original topic , the wine cask , wine in a box or Chateau cardboard as it's known as here is an Australian invention . It seems Aussie's are always at the forefront of new and easier ways to drink alcohol . Oh and by the way , prohibition never reared its ugly head on our shores . :lol:

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Ultradog MN

01-14-2021 02:55:13




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
Great, fun replys fellas.
I was never willing to pay more for the opener than I did for the wine.



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jdr1943

01-13-2021 06:05:39




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
How does that work on a half gallon fruit jar with the screw off lid.



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GordoSD

01-13-2021 16:37:18




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to jdr1943, 01-13-2021 06:05:39  
How does it work for wine in a box?



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bc

01-13-2021 05:22:10




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
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Well Charles I glad that the land down under is becoming modernized. Here in the land up above we have things like cars and cell phones. Someday you guys will get them too. lol



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Steve in VA

01-13-2021 02:42:39




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
Completely agree. I have one in brass from Nieman Marcus.



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Charles in Aus.

01-12-2021 18:09:22




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
A good corkscrew can be a triumph of design and thing of beauty .
Sadly here in Australia almost every vineyard has switched to screw top enclosures , corkscrew are now rapidly going the way of lace hooks and gas flint guns .



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Jim in Rush co

01-12-2021 15:56:07




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
A shot of one over 100yrs old Pabst, Don't pull twist.




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Guido

01-12-2021 16:25:03




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Jim in Rush co, 01-12-2021 15:56:07  
Jim in Rush co,

This one is made in France. Wood is grape vine. No clue of its age. It was a gift from the 70's

Guido.



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Jim in Rush co

01-12-2021 17:19:42




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 16:25:03  
Mine more for the old beer bottles and was before Blue ribbon joined Pabst I guess, an old beer bottle from Home Brewing, Indianapolis over 100 yrs also. But it does a good job on wine!



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MarkB_MI

01-12-2021 14:08:31




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
We've tried many corkscrews, including some really expensive ones we received as gifts, but we always come back to this one. Originally sold under the "Screwpull" brand, they're now sold by Le Creuset. At thirty bucks for something that's mostly plastic, they seem a bit expensive but THEY WORK.

The secret to this design is two ridges inside the corkscrew body, which grab the cork as it comes out. That stops the cork from turning so you can just turn it out with the screw. Simple. It's very compact if you want to take it on a picnic or just don't want to use up a lot of room in your drawer.

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Guido

01-12-2021 14:53:50




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to MarkB_MI, 01-12-2021 14:08:31  
MarkB_MI,

No plastic on mine, 2006 vintage

Guido.



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JMOR

01-12-2021 13:01:48




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWith a box of wine, just push a button & wine comes out! :D



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Two Dogs

01-12-2021 12:41:19




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
A sheet metal screw and a claw hammer work very well. TDF



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old

01-12-2021 12:28:43




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
I prefer the one my mom has. You lift 2 handles and the screw come down screw it in then lower the handles and the cock comes out



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Guido

01-12-2021 13:13:41




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to old, 01-12-2021 12:28:43  
old,

I may still have one of those. It may be in the trash though,

Guido.



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Brian G. NY

01-12-2021 12:21:40




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
I have a similar one. Lift handle, put on bottle and squeeze. Push handle down and the screw goes into the cork. Pill handle and out comes the cork. Push handle down again squeeze and pull the handle back up to release the cork.

Easy as pie!



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Paul from MN

01-12-2021 10:16:41




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
I have had a rabbit vertical for quite a few years now and it works great.

Pretty sure that what you are showing is a slightly different design from the same company.



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544hydro

01-12-2021 09:35:29




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 Re: Wine Bottle Cork Opener in reply to Guido, 01-12-2021 09:18:03  
We have that one. Works well for us.



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