Corkfish plug fisherman
Not always the cork of a wine bottle is in good condition, when we realize it, we carefully insert the corkscrew, turning slowly while we see pieces of cork fall into our wine and finally, when we pull gently, it breaks.
In the end we have to drink the wine with cork shavings or remove them every time they slip into our glass. But with this practical utensil we will be able to “fish” the pieces of cork that are so annoying.
Although the Cap Fisherman is a simple tool, it does take a bit of skill and patience to use it. As you can see, it is a cylindrical handle with a metal rod finished in four rods, which when introduced into the bottle open to be able to "fish" the cork and when removing it and passing through the neck of the bottle they close, managing to extract the insolent host of our wine. It also has a net that is placed at the tip of the four rods to collect the pieces of cork that continue to float on the surface of the wine. If you want to see how it works, you can enter Corkfish, they explain and illustrate how this practical tool works.
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