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There is many different corkscrew opener on the market here
.I have three of the most common. The rabbit, this
is for old wine and then the classic one used
by most somaliers. When you open a bottle of wine,
often the somalier tell you to cut it here or
underneath. Some insist underneath. I mean, what's important Is that
the wine, itself, when it's poured, does not touch the
metal. The metal or plastic now, most of the time.
So on this one, here, you will want to make
sure that you go in the center of the cork.
Hold it a little bit and start Pouring, opening it
with the first layer here, this way and then lift
it up, go to the second level and lift it
up again. So it's an easy way of opening it.
If you have an old bottle of wine, what I
like to do is just to get the top [SOUND]
This way, and then using that two prong thing, when
it's an old bottle of wine, because the cork will
have a tendency to crumble, so you use this. On
is longer than the other, so you put one first,
then the other one, and you kind of jigsaw Or
move it this way, back and forth to get it.
And here, I probably have to put it between my
leg to twist it like that and bring it back
up. You have made no hole in the cork at
that point. And if it's old and crumbly, that's how
you save it. If I want to show that cork,
The way that I cut it on top, I would
have cut that first level, here. Lift that up, put
my cork in it, fold it, and I'll present my
cork like that. [BLANK_AUDIO]