Screwpull Wine Openers

Screwpull is a name that has become synonymous with quality barware accessories, particularly corkscrews. The first Screwpull, invented in 1975, was designed in order to make a cork extractor that would remove the whole cork, in one piece, with minimal effort. The first Screwpull wine opener, the Table Model, fit over the neck of the bottle and had a Teflon worm that easily slid into and through the cork, raising the cork as the worm was turned. The Screwpull Table Model with its Teflon worm is still a favorite today.

Another Screwpull design is the Lever Model. This corkscrew features two arms that hug the neck of your bottle. A lever-style handle uses a simple down-up motion to pop out the cork in seconds. Other accessories from Screwpull available at include a foil cutter, wine collars, and a cork catcher.

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