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Ferrari Wing Corker - Easy Corker

Ferrari Wing Corker - Easy Corker

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Twin lever wing corker for corking wine bottles. The Easy corker has a unique spring mechanism that grabs the neck of the bottle and holds tight while the cork is inserted. Insert a cork into the plastic window and lower the handles. The depth of the cork can be adjusted by moving the 2 nuts on the top of the threaded shaft. Patented design made by Ferrari in Italy. 

Item # W404
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Weight 2LBS
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best priced corker plus had a great review on how to use
Cody K on Sep 25, 2018
best priced corker plus had a great review on how to use
Cody K on Sep 25, 2018
needed for wine bottleing
Shawn L on Mar 16, 2018
needed for wine bottleing
Shawn L on Mar 16, 2018

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It strips the cork as it tries to get it in the bottle, shaving the cork. Also very flimsy like the cheapo bottle cappers in Homebrew kits. Good for entry level maybe, but after about 5 or 6 bottles, you will want an upgrade.
June 24, 2018
11 months ago
A bit of a challenge
I got this mainly to do Belgian style corks, but also plan to do wine later this year. 3 stars as it was very frustrating trying to figure out how to get this to work for Belgian bottling. In the end, I got it dialed and it will do belgian corks (there was a point where I had serious doubt) but not without a lot of difficulty.

there are no instructions with this, and corking is not like capping. Wine corks would be a breeze with this but Belgian corks are huge in comparison, so they take a lot of force. Also to make the Belgian style with 1/3 of the cork still exposed, the cork is still stuck way in the plunger, so you can easily tear, break your cork off while removing the corker

So to save you some trouble:
-watch a few YouTube videos on using a hand corker for Belgian bottles
-wet the cork (it will both seat and release from the corker easier without tearing). There is a certain amount of controlled brute force required here and I don't care what others say about not wetting the cork, for this device it's noticably better
-practice on a bottle and get comfortable with this before bottling day, otherwise panic will ensue when you do your first one and it goes all wrong)
-buy extra corks
-use a twisting/pull motion to remove the corker from the bottle (like you're unscrewing a corkscrew from a wine bottle) to remove the corker from your half plunged cork ...NOT side to side or a straight pull, as it will tear/break your cork
January 16, 2017