How to quickly get a cork that fell into a bottle of wine
A bottle of wine can soften any heart and melt the ice in a relationship. And maybe just the same outraged. Especially those sensitive natures who collect or reuse wine packaging. If the cork fell into the bottle and I really want to get it, then here’s how to do it quickly and for sure.
Ah, the wine. A source of pleasure and, in every sense, a headache. Omar Khayyam’s questions about who, with whom, when and reasonably least consumed an exquisite drink, would not hurt to add another perennial problem: a cork that had fallen into a bottle. She not only can spoil the taste of wine, but simply annoying. Especially if you want to use empty packaging for decorative purposes. Enough tolerating this! Here’s how to get a wine cork out of a bottle in moments.
It will take only one additional “tool”: a plastic bag. Yes, a package with packages, it’s your time!
Empty wine bottle put on the “edge”. Wind up the bag in a sort of tube and (bottom forward) start pushing it into the neck. The length of polyethylene inside should be longer than the wine cork.
Twist the bottle to get the cork closer. Approximately, as in the photo.
Now open the bag outside and blow it. Imagine inflating a balloon. Moreover, the part of the package inside the bottle will really start to inflate like a balloon.
It remains only to pull …
… and you’re done!
The bottle is saved, the cork is the same, and even the package was not damaged.
The whole process of “saving” cork from a bottle can be viewed in the video above. And in the continuation of the wine theme, catch 3 resourceful ways how to open a bottle of wine without a corkscrew.