Premium accessory maker Craighill teamed up with sommelier André Hueston Mack to create the Best Wine Key. This precision-engineered tool opens bottles with smoothness and elegance. It features a stainless steel body and corkscrew, textured red PPE handle scales, and a folding serrated blade for removing foil. It’s also got a sturdy bottle opener built in.
You never know when you might want to pop open a bottle of wine. KeySmart’s stainless steel wine accessory puts a corkscrew in your pocket. Its cap unscrews to expose its twisty part and acts as a handle for leverage. It’s also got a notch on its side for opening beer and soda bottles. Great for picnicking!
Blacksmith Mark Aspery walks us through the process of hand-forging a traditional corkscrew. He starts out with a rod of 3/8″ square chrome-molybdenum steel, which he hammers, stretches, bends, and twists into the final shape. Anyone got a good bottle of wine to test it on?
The capable Armbar Cork from Gerber is a neat, pocket-sized multitool to handle all sorts of small tasks. It has a 2 ½” blade that opens with one hand, scissors, hammer, pry bar, foil cutter, and can/package opener, plus a corkscrew and bottle opener to wet your whistle. Comes in three colors.
Have a firefighter in the family? These bar tools from Halligan Bottle Openers make a great gift for our valiant first responders. The set includes a bottle opener that looks like a tiny Halligan pry bar, and a corkscrew that resembles a pickaxe. They come with red or black handles, and can be personalized for $10 extra.