A good corkscrew can make life as a wine drinker so much easier, and there are many different types. Click "read more" to learn all about the different kinds of corkscrews we offer.read more
Varieties of Corkscrews
- Lever-style corkscrews are among the top-selling and best designed corkscrews available. Although they are a bit big, They are considered fool-proof and they are a great choice for those who struggle with opening their wine. This style is very easy to use: simply grip it, push down, and then pull up.
- Continuous turning corkscrews are recognizable by the large turning handle on top. After placing the corkscrew on the head of the bottle, you just turn the twist the screw into the cork and then keep twisting to take the cork out. These are relatively inexpensive, and not very large.
- Dual-lever winged corkscrewsare very easy to operate. Turn the top slowly into the cork and the wings will rise up. Once the wings are upright, use them as levers and push them down with both hands to remove the cork.
- A waiterâ€™s corkscrew is small and easy to transport. The screw unfolds from the brace, which you can use as a lever on the bottle to open your wine. These corscrews also come with a knife to cut the foil. These are tricky, but their small size makes them excellent to travel with.