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Korken & Zieher

Wein gekonnt entkorken und kredenzen

Cork is the ideal closure for wine. But how should it be pulled best, to finally be able to enjoy the good wine? Inventors and engineers have puzzled a long time and designed a series of tools: convenient and inconvenient ones, pretty and clunky ones, and economical und impractical variations. Here are some examples:

Aeropull
Aeropull
Inventive airpusher
quick, seals again
requires carbon dioxide cartridges

 
Electro-Korkenzieher

Electric-Corkscrew
"Accumulation-Puller"
comfortable at the touch of a button
expensive, slow, requires current

James & Q
James & Q
Corkscrewing thermometer
small "007-like" set for pullling and measuring
expenisve, T-puller in general inconvenient

 
O-Pen

O-Pen
Magic decant wand
fascinating: decants in seconds!
rather expensive, but astonishing

Pegasus
Pegasus
Elegant wing opener
High-grade steel with rosewood, little effort
both hands required

 
Perfect Korkscrew

Perfect Korkscrew
Lever-strong wine butler
With Case and Cutter, quick and ingenious
expensive, nothing for the waistcoat pocket

Rabbit
Rabbit
Extremely fast "designerspoon"
stylish with case and cutter; nothing uncorks faster
expensive, somewhat bulky

 
Vignon Vakuumverschluss

Vignon Vacuumclosure
Pumping left-overs disposer
Vacuum keeps wine sealed up to six days
costs money, otherwise: every winelover should own one

Zig-Zag
Zig-Zag
British accordion
very inventive, effortless corkscrewing with fun
hard to apply, cork can be stuck in the Zig-Zag

 
Butterfly

Butterfly
Convenient butterfly
widely-used, easy to handle
bottle must be upright, both hands required

Prosecco-Pistole
Prosecco-Pistol
bulletfree trigger
inventive, easy to open by pushing, not pulling
intricate applying

 
Tischkorkenzieher De Luxe

Table-Corkscrew
Professional durable puller
for professionals, easy and quick
inflexible, expensive

Boomerang
Boomerang
Compact waiter
Easy to apply and to leverage incl. capsule cutter
Apply twice with long corks

 
T-Korkenzieher

T-Corkscrew
"Plopping Classic"
open with a "plopp", easy
high effort, cork might be destroyed easily

Flip-Top
Flip-Top
Subtle US-puller
perfect handling, beautiful design
somewhat intricate, plastic instead of high-grade steel

 
Leo

Leo
Compact waiter no.2
Easy to apply and to leverage incl. knife
Apply twice with long corks

Marco Polo
Marco Polo
Popular "rotaryworm"
Just attach and turn
needs inurement

 
Penta

Penta
Compact waiter no.3
Easy to apply and to leverage incl. knife + opener
Needs to be applied twice with long corks

Marco Polo
Puigpull
Mini-jack for professionals
Connoisseurs love it: no one uncorks gentlier
only to handle with “drivers license“

 
Pulltab

Pulltaps
Compact waiter no. 4
Easy to apply and to leverage incl. knife + opener
Needs to be applied twice with long corks

Korkenzange
Cork forceps
Prickly deliverer
convenient, when the cork is stuck
Cork might crumble

 
Schneider

Capsule cutter
Razor sharp companion
Frees easily and fast from the capsule
more convenient as a set

Korkenspange
Corkspange
Corks and uncorks
specialist for tight or torn-off corks
some practice necessary

 
Champagner-Zange

Champagne forceps
Speedy uncorker
small, fast help when champagne cork is stuck
hard to apply, cork might be stuck

 
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