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Wine Corks - 1 3/4 in. Grade 3

Wine Corks - 1 3/4 in. Grade 3

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A standard length and diameter single punch cork in a high quality grading at a reasonable price. Corks are typically graded on a scale of 1-10, 1 being the best score, based on the degree of porousness that the actual punch of cork exhibits. Cork trees that show a higher population of worms or fungi tend to yield cork crops which are more porous. The Grade 3 corks show less than average porousness and are on par with the quality of cork used in many commercial facilities. Grade 1 & 2 corks are almost completely solid and sell at very high prices.

These corks are harvested and punched in Portugal, like the majority of the rest of the corks available today. They are processed, sorted, prepped and packaged here in Northern California.

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worked well in the past.
Eric E on May 18, 2020
quality and price
Jeff L on May 12, 2020
worked well in the past.
Eric E on May 18, 2020
Best corks I've used (remain intact after aging)
Susan Ingber on May 16, 2020
quality and price
Jeff L on May 12, 2020
quality product
Robert M on Mar 25, 2020
Have used before, work fine.
Sarah R on Mar 20, 2020
Better than agglomerate corks for inserting and removing
Gail I on Mar 16, 2020
Best corks I've used (remain intact after aging)
Susan Ingber on May 16, 2020
quality product
Robert M on Mar 25, 2020
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Decent quality for the price
Just finished a bag of 100 with only 3 outright reject corks, and 3 more that were questionable. So, pretty good quality for Grade 3, no? This is my go-to cork; I have used them for going on 3 years They are easy to insert with my floor corker, look great in the bottle, and lend some "panache" to the wine. Recommended for reds and longer aging whites.
May 10, 2020
Purchased
2 months ago
Good corks
Why we can't buy grade 2 or grade 1 corks in packages of 100 is beyone me but anyhoo these are decent corks. I have had a few come apart though hence the only 4 stars.
March 30, 2020
Purchased
2 months ago