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Openers

The easiest manual remover is the self-pulling, which relies on levers or a continuous screw to do the work. These can be used on all kinds of bottles.

The most commonly used cork remover is the slim Waiters Corkscrew. Its compact lever design, and versatility for use with any kind of bottle, make it a favorite especially with servers in restaurants.

Helix shaped spirals are generally preferred over auger shapes, as they generally grab better with the least displacement in the cork.

Air Injection and Gas cork removers work well and are relatively easy to use, but can only be used on regular wine bottles.

Dry corks are best removed with the Cork Puller, which blades fit between the cork and the bottle. The blades grab the cork and remove it as you pull while twisting the handle.

If the cork breaks inside the bottle, you can remove it with the Cork Retriever. Filter and decant the wine (see Accessories) to remove small pieces of cork that might remain.
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