Believe it or not, there is a wide variety of choice when it comes to corks! See below for how to pick what is right for you.
Sorry, we currently have no available products here.
How to pick corks
When deciding what to close your container with, there are many choices. If you have a screw top bottle, that's obvious...use the top it comes with.
However, if you have not top, corks provide the best choice. Cork is a natural product of the cork oak tree. The bark is quite thick, is peeled off, and corks are stamped out. The bark then re-grows on the tree!
If you are planning to store long term, then a cork is a good choice. Synthetic corks are also available. Choose a straight cork that is slightly bigger than the neck of your bottle and allow a wee bit of space between the liquid and the cork. Number 8 or 9 corks work well in most wine bottles. You may need a corker to get them in properly.
If you are planning to give your bottle to a friend who will drink it soon, then you can use a cork cap which simply fits in the top of the bottle and is easily removed.
Wine should be refrigerated after opening, however, liquor such as rum or whiskey does not.