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Wine Corks - 1 3/4 in. Neocork Synthetic

Wine Corks - 1 3/4 in. Neocork Synthetic

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Neocork brand extruded style synthetic corks offer all the risk free (no TCA) protection of a traditional synthetic cork with a look and feel that more closely resembles a natural cork.

Like natural cork, Neocork will facilitate a wine's development by allowing a very minute and regulated amount of oxygen to help mature the wine. With that said, unlike a natural cork, oxygen continues its controlled transfer throughout the life of the cork which makes them ideal for wines you plan to drink within three or so years. For wines you plan to age longer consider our higher grade (#3,#2, or #1) natural corks.

Neocorks are extruded from a dense foam-like material with an outer skin that has a cork like appearance. Neocork are more pliable and easier to insert and remove when compared to traditional synthetic corks. Their hallmark is a consistently perfect closure every time with no risks of TCA "cork" taint.

Neocork is the only 100% Recyclable synthetic cork product available.



#9 cork, 1 3/4" long.

Please Note: These corks are only suitable for use with a floor corker and are too difficult to insert with a hand corker

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Worked great.
I have used Neocorks for over 10 years. Only once did I have corks unseat, and that was when I had renewed fermentation after bottling (I don't filter my wines). Otherwise, they have worked great. I produce between 50 and 100 bottles per year. Just a hobby for me. I use a floor corker that I have had for about 15 years (don't remember the brand). .
April 16, 2016
Not a good seal
I decided to try these synthetic corks, after using other natural and agglomerated corks. Out of 21 bottles, I had to replace 8 corks, because they would not stay seated even after repeated attempts. Some unseated as much as a half inch above the lip of the bottled. I use a floor corker and have never had a problem with any other type of closure. I'm glad I did not use them on many cases and will not use them again.
July 27, 2015