Master Vintner Wine Corks 9 x 1.5"

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The Master Vintner Corks 9x1.5 fits standard 375 ml, 750 ml and 1.5 liter wine bottles and are best inserted with a floor or bench corker; we do not recommend using handheld corkers with #9 corks. 1.5 in length for wine bottles with shorter necks.

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. Chamfered and printed with a decorative Master Vintner ® logo.

#9 corks create a tight seal with the bottle, making it ideal for aging wine or mead for up to 3 years.

Additional information

SKU

7153 - 100 count
8276B - 1000 count

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
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Vinter wine corks

K
K.D.
master vintner wine corks

good quality corks, fits the bottle neck securely

C
C.
Wine maker

I only like master vinter corks for my pear wine i make for myself from my pear tree.

K
K.S.
Great corks

The corks were exactly what we wanted and this is a great company to deal with! Haven't had any trouble getting them out of the bottles.

k
k.g.
Corking Up

Been making my own wine for about 15 years and must say, these are the worst. They do cork and it is a tight fit, but, they are extremely hard to extract, break off in the middle and leave a lotta cork floating. They were a comparable price, but I'm getting up there in years and don't know if it's worth the struggle just for a glass of wine.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
85%
(17)
10%
(2)
5%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
A.W.

Vinter wine corks

K
K.D.
master vintner wine corks

good quality corks, fits the bottle neck securely

C
C.
Wine maker

I only like master vinter corks for my pear wine i make for myself from my pear tree.

K
K.S.
Great corks

The corks were exactly what we wanted and this is a great company to deal with! Haven't had any trouble getting them out of the bottles.

k
k.g.
Corking Up

Been making my own wine for about 15 years and must say, these are the worst. They do cork and it is a tight fit, but, they are extremely hard to extract, break off in the middle and leave a lotta cork floating. They were a comparable price, but I'm getting up there in years and don't know if it's worth the struggle just for a glass of wine.