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Learn More About Wine Openers

Posted by Bryan on 11/20/2012 to Wine Stoppers
The worst part about drinking wine is actually getting the wine bottle to open. Wine openers are made to help the wine drinker have their drink with ease. Wine openers can be found in a variety of places, and prices often range. Listed below are some of the most commonly used types of wine openers.

Lever Wine Opener

Lever wine openers are some of the easiest types of wine openers to use. All one needs to do with a lever is lift the lever down which will push the screw down into the wine cork. In order to make this easier the bottle may need to be held very tightly.

Air Pressure Opener

The air pressure opener is very easy to carry around. It is also very easy to use. There is less struggle than usual when the air pressure opener is used.

Regular Corkscrew

Regular corkscrews are also very easy to use. They are also stored easier because they are more compact than other wine openers. Some regular corkscrews can even be considered pieces of art because they are so beautiful. If you have a background in using regular corkscrews, than they are very easy to use. Regular corkscrews are also less prone to breaking.
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