Cork Pops

Cork Pops

Ingenious, I say. A small tubular shaped item with a needle for a tip. Simply insert the needle through the cork, press the button, and the integrated propellent cartridge will force the cork out and let the wine pour! Comes in green or a more discreet black, and each cartridge is good for approximately 60-80 'pops'.

  • Sommeliers have to open multiple bottles - each time with precision, efficiency and a little bit of style. There's a reason they choose waiter's corkscrews as their weapons of choice. This particular version is extremely well d... Sommeliers have to open multiple bottles - each time with precision, efficiency and a little bit of style. There's a reason they choose waiter's corkscrews as their weapons of choice. This particular version is extremely well designed. The screw-pull is hardened steel with a teflon coating for smooth, easy, and clean cork puncture and extraction. The stainless steel handle that's used for leverage does double duty as a bottle-cap opener. Best of all, the end hides an extremely easy to use foil cutter - just push it against the bottle neck, wrap it around, and the foil pops off. Much safer than the standard pop out knife, particularly after a few glasses. $8-$30, Depending on where you buy it from. 5 Year warranty, made in Italy. Jooxi tested and approved. UPDATE: I may have made a slight mistake. I bought mine from William Sonoma, which recently stopped selling it. You can still buy it here: http://www.worldmarket.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3596781 The amazon link looks exactly like what I have, and I suspect is indeed the same thing, but I can't guarantee it.

  • When dipped into wine, the copper dot at the tip ages it one year per second, swiftly altering and improving the flavor. I'm not suggesting you give this to anyone who's a real purist or that you plunk this into a well-crafted vin... When dipped into wine, the copper dot at the tip ages it one year per second, swiftly altering and improving the flavor. I'm not suggesting you give this to anyone who's a real purist or that you plunk this into a well-crafted vintage. No. This is for someone else. The cheap wine drinker? The one who always orders the wrong bottle? This is for the person who lives with them.