Premium Wine Bottle Corks Waxed - 150

Handcraft Supplies Premium Corks x 150, For Wine Bottling in Standard Bottle Size
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Handcraft Supplies Premium Wine Bottle Corks x 150

Handcraft Supplies Premium Corks for bottling homemade wine. These corks are sealed with a wax solution for easy insertion using a suitable wine bottle corker.

This pack contains approx. 150 Premium Corks.

The wine bottle cork is pre-waxed, so no soaking or boiling is required, straight corks, are much better for longer term storage of your wine

Barcode 9421037103570

You will need a corker to get the wine corks in a bottle

We have great equipment Just like this please see the viedos below   Twin Lever Corker

Bottle Corks

We have a large range of, bottle corks, Click here for more bottle corks

Wine Bottles

We also have a range of Wine Bottles the, glass bottles are the perfect fit for your, wine corks 


Here is a video on how to use corkers to insert your, wine corks into a wine bottle


The Wine corks, can be brought and collect from the shop or we can send them mail order, just add the items you require to the basket

What Is Cork ?

Cork is a type of bark that comes from the cork oak tree (Quercus suber). It's a unique material in that it's lightweight, impermeable to liquids and gases, and elastic.

Cork has been used for thousands of years, dating back to ancient Egypt.

The Greeks and Romans also used cork for various purposes, including for floats in fishing nets and as stoppers for amphoras. However,

it wasn't until the 17th century that cork became widely used for wine bottl

Where Does Cork Come From ?

Cork is harvested from the cork oak tree, which is primarily grown in the Mediterranean region, particularly in Portugal, Spain, and North Africa.

The cork oak tree can grow up to 20 meters tall, and its bark can be harvested every nine years without harming the tree.

How Is Cork Harvested ?

Cork harvesting is a delicate process that requires skill and experience. The bark is carefully removed from the tree using a specialized axe, without damaging the underlying tissue. The first harvest takes place when the tree is around 25 years old, and subsequent harvests take place every nine years.

Types of Cork ?

There are several types of cork, each with different properties and uses. Natural cork is the most common type and is used for wine bottle stoppers. Agglomerated cork is made from small pieces of cork that are glued together and is often used for flooring and insulation. Finally, there's synthetic cork, which is made from plastic and is commonly used for champagne and other sparkling wines.

Uses of Cork

Cork has many uses beyond wine bottle stoppers.

It's used in the construction industry for insulation and flooring, as well as in the automotive industry for gaskets and seals. Cork is also used in fashion and design, with many designers incorporating it into their collections

Environmental Benefits of Cork

Cork is a sustainable and environmentally friendly material.

Harvesting cork bark does not harm the tree, and it actually helps the tree grow better and absorb more carbon dioxide.

Additionally, cork is biodegradable and can be recycled.

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