Wine Corks - #8 X 1-3/4 in Agglomerated

Wine Corks - #8 X 1-3/4 in Agglomerated

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#8 agglomerated corks are slightly smaller than the standard #9 corks. They are often used with hand corkers that cannot compress the standard #9's, or for bottles with smaller necks. Agglomerated corks are made from small cork pieces held together with a food grade binder.

Corks are treated with a food grade wax and silicone coating before being packaged by the manufacturer. To use, corks may be dipped briefly in a sanitizer solution and then corked immediately. Do not soak or boil corks as this can remove the silicone coating, making them difficult to remove from the bottles.

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wine won't ;ast long enough for cork to matter
Eric W on Jun 30, 2020
works best with my corker
Timothy K on Jun 17, 2020
wine won't ;ast long enough for cork to matter
Eric W on Jun 30, 2020
For bottling wine.
Valued C on Jun 18, 2020
works best with my corker
Timothy K on Jun 17, 2020
Jakob P on May 30, 2020
Need to bottle wine and these are the ones I normally use
Steve J on May 21, 2020
I need a more slender cork to refill some rose bottles with white wine.
Jeffrey R. S on May 9, 2020
I use a hand corker and these work well
Mark l on May 8, 2020
James Malizia J on May 7, 2020
Cheryl L K on May 6, 2020
It's the size I want.
Anthony H C on Apr 28, 2020
nice and short so easy to insert with my manual corker
Jack W on Apr 23, 2020
Dale S on Apr 14, 2020
Great with hand corker
Keith H on Mar 30, 2020
They work well for hand corker
Richard S on Feb 4, 2020
best buy for the price
david p on Dec 13, 2019
hand corker
Patti H on Nov 7, 2019
Great value for many bottles
Dan T on Sep 26, 2019
Price and quality for bottling up to 2 years
James B on Aug 28, 2019
I am winemaker
Jorge Mnauel R on Jul 29, 2019
It fits bottles well.
Boris S on Jul 22, 2019
Not aging
Robert M on Jul 11, 2019
Gary B on Jun 5, 2019
wine is not kept long
Marie C on May 31, 2019
Ready to bottle some wine.
Don on May 14, 2019
what i always buy
Alexander m on Apr 23, 2019
Larry M on Feb 20, 2019
Gary B on Feb 20, 2019
Convenient easy to use for hand held bottlers.
RobChez on Jan 8, 2019
This cork is appropiate in price and size for our product
getting ready to bottle a rhubarb wine
Clive D on Dec 27, 2018
For bottling wine.
Valued C on Jun 18, 2020
Jakob P on May 30, 2020

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Great quality for the price
I've also reviewed the (more expensive) Aglica agglomerated cork on this site. I have to say, so far, I like them equally so far. They're consistent quality on the surfaces and throughout, and you can't beat the price on this one. Recommended for 3 years or less aging, making it perfect for whites and rose's.
May 10, 2020
3 months ago
corks agglomerated
They are OK for my purposes.
August 13, 2019
11 months ago