Master Vintner Wine Corks 8 x 1.75"

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Fit standard 375 ml wine bottles; folks who use a hand corker find these easier to insert in 750 ml or 1.5 liter bottles.

First quality agglomerated corks made from uniform shavings and unused portions of cork, and are mixed with appropriate food grade glue to form a dense, well-made closure. 

Additional information

SKU

7156 - 30 count
7155 - 100 count
40151 - 1000 count

Customer Reviews

Based on 79 reviews
84%
(66)
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K
Karma T.
corks

as expected. will order again!

A
Albert J.F.
Good cork for early drinking.

easy to use but would rather have 9 x 1 3/4 for keeping longer

v
vaughn t.

Corks got corked😃

J
Joel J.
Simple and quick transaction

Second time ordering corks from NB and the transaction went smoothly. NB is my "Go To" wine and brewing supply store. Their selection, prices and customer service is the best in the market.

T
Thomas C.
4 x Master Vintner Wine Corks 8 x 1.75

Received the corks but won't use them for at least a year. Used other ingredients ordered to start a wine from approx 15 gallons of home-grown Frontenac grapes ameliorated with a bladder of Master Vintner Merlot grape concentrate. Approx 11 gallons of wine settling out for the next few months.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 79 reviews
84%
(66)
10%
(8)
4%
(3)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
K
Karma T.
corks

as expected. will order again!

A
Albert J.F.
Good cork for early drinking.

easy to use but would rather have 9 x 1 3/4 for keeping longer

v
vaughn t.

Corks got corked😃

J
Joel J.
Simple and quick transaction

Second time ordering corks from NB and the transaction went smoothly. NB is my "Go To" wine and brewing supply store. Their selection, prices and customer service is the best in the market.

T
Thomas C.
4 x Master Vintner Wine Corks 8 x 1.75

Received the corks but won't use them for at least a year. Used other ingredients ordered to start a wine from approx 15 gallons of home-grown Frontenac grapes ameliorated with a bladder of Master Vintner Merlot grape concentrate. Approx 11 gallons of wine settling out for the next few months.