Wine Corks - Aglica

Wine Corks - Aglica

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An agglomerated cork that offers a great seal using compressed pieces of small cork. Fantastic value. Because they do not compress as easy as natural corks, you will need a floor corker, as opposed to a handcorker, to push these into the bottles.

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I have used them for years with great results
Jay T on Jul 2, 2021
Jeff H on Dec 29, 2020
I have used them for years with great results
Jay T on Jul 2, 2021
Very good experience with these corks
Greg Stricker on Mar 5, 2021
Jeff H on Dec 29, 2020
Good for 1-2 year storage, at least
Doug H on Dec 10, 2020
Good for 1-2 years, long enough for most white wines.
Doug H on Nov 14, 2020
Richard J. H on Nov 2, 2020
Looking for a go to quality cork
Gerald O on Oct 14, 2020
I like the fit of these corks.
Chris S on Oct 6, 2020
Tom R on Oct 6, 2020
used before
Mr Paul C Y on Sep 22, 2020
Have used them before, like them, and they are less expensive than alternatives.
Ray K on Sep 5, 2020
Great cork
Dawn A L on Sep 3, 2020
Good reviews, good enough for my needs, decent price
Lloyd Martin on Aug 17, 2020
Excellent value. Used several thousand and never failed.
Nicholas B on Jul 15, 2020
Good corks
Joseph J R on Jun 13, 2020
good inexpensive cork
lizbeth c on Jun 5, 2020
bottling mead
Kenneth L on Apr 14, 2020
Kreg B on Feb 18, 2020
Please check boxes for leaking before shipping. Thanks
grace j on Feb 11, 2020
Reasonably priced
Wayne W on Jan 28, 2020
Looking for cork with longer aging time
Valued C on Jan 1, 2020
good quality
Clay W on Dec 13, 2019
Good corks at a good price
Keith E on Dec 9, 2019
used it
brian e on Nov 20, 2019
Ordering my 5th bag of 1000 ea and they are all excellent!
Nicholas B on Nov 15, 2019
good cork material cheaper than cork
Doug McDonald on Oct 18, 2019
Mr Paul C Y on Sep 20, 2019
good value
Kathleen K on Sep 10, 2019
Reviews and price.
Brian F on Aug 28, 2019
It's what I like.
Lawrence H on Jul 25, 2019
Nick on Jul 16, 2019
good inexpensive cork
John l H on Jun 5, 2019
Because I need it
Troy D. J on May 10, 2019
Bottling wine
Juliana T on Apr 5, 2019
They fit
Larry B on Apr 2, 2019
Used them before with good results.
John Hoffman on Mar 1, 2019
used these corks before and my wine does not last ocer 1 year after bottling
ken l on Jan 15, 2019
Great price
BW on Dec 18, 2018
reviews looked good
Jolaine N on Nov 17, 2018
value and reviews
stephen v on Oct 24, 2018
They work great a very good cork
Kurt K on Oct 16, 2018
Best value
david p on Oct 12, 2018
Good price.
Thomas S on Aug 27, 2018
price and reviews
Groundhog W on Aug 22, 2018
Good cork, reasonably priced
Tom B on Aug 22, 2018
Milton C on Aug 20, 2018
Best corks for the price. We bottle on ave 200 cases, no leaks
Louis G on Aug 2, 2018
decent corks
John F on Jul 30, 2018
Best price
Tony P on Jul 25, 2018
good value
Rick S on Jul 17, 2018
Very good experience with these corks
Greg Stricker on Mar 5, 2021
Good for 1-2 year storage, at least
Doug H on Dec 10, 2020
what is the size of the Aglica corks? Thank you!
Christopher Gentile on Jan 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These corks are 44x24mm
How many years is this cork rated for?
Jeff Ritchhart on Jun 7, 2021
BEST ANSWER: These types of corks are used for short term storage.. I use them for white wines which are meant to be enjoyed young.. with that in mind up to 3 years if the bottle of wine is properly stored.

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Rated 5 out of 5
Dense, long #9 corks, need to use floor corker
I've bottled 4 batches with these corks and they've been flawless so far. They're very tight-fitting so I highly recommend using a floor corker. (I use the standard Portuguese corker and it works fine without having to soak the corks.) My first batch is coming up on 2 years old and they're still perfect. At 20 cents per cork, these are a great value.
April 13, 2021
11 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Pleased so far
Trialing this cork with a bag of 25 split between two different white wines. I usually use the Grade 3 natural corks. I like this agglomerated cork so far; great quality, easy to use in the floor corker, looks good in the bottle. We shall see about longevity, but my initial impression is positive! At about 25 cents per cork, on price it beats Grade 3 natural (50 cents) and gives an arguably more consistent texture throughout. Recommended for aging 3 years or less; well suited to white wines.
May 10, 2020
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Good priced corks
This is my third order of Aglica corks. I use a floor corker and have not had a issue with these corks. Then go into the bottles with ease, no leakage. My wine is intended to last two years, I have no interest in aging it any longer. These corks are wonderful.

Ken Yatsko
April 23, 2019
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
They are working great so far.
So far they are working great.
May 6, 2018
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Good value for the price
March 25, 2018
over 3 years ago
Rated 3 out of 5
#9 Aglica Cork
Good quality #9 cork. I corked 600 bottles with ease and no corks have backed out or wicked wine through it.
January 31, 2018
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Best cork EVER!
We use these corks exclusively at our winery in So. Cal. Thousands of them and not one cork has ever failed!
May 27, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5
works fine with hand corker as well
These are very uniform and sturdy corks that don't chip or break easily. Contrary to the product description, I have used these very successfully with a very cheap hand corker -- the Mini Corker.
February 21, 2014