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The Best Ever wine openerAug 10, 2013
By wine frog
This wine opener takes a little practice for the blade use but once you use it properly, it is so solid and easy that you never go back to use another wine opener. This is one wine key that is worth to spend more for instead of buying the other kinds every few months because they break. A fantastic wine opener. And it is handmade in France and protected by a patent!...
Amazing and Industrial Strenth!Nov 15, 2013
January 2014 will initiate my 15th year working in the tasting rooms of the Sonoma Valley. I was introduced to this amazing wineopener almost a decade ago; it was a gift from a fellow wine professional who simply hated it…she gave me this treasure for free.
It takes a bit of getting used to, but once you do, you will be spoiled for life! In my experience as an industry professional in several wineries, and the Sommelier at a valley winery that produces 85 wines a year, this opener normally doesn't show signs of fatigue until somewhere in the 3500-5000 bottle range. Most openers would've died ten times over to open that many bottles. I have large hands, and like sturdy tools, so the length and heft of this opener are just a pleasure. The oak scales add elegance to what is, in many respects, an industrial design. My only complaint would be the sheath that comes w/the tool. Unless you are elegantly gliding across the floor of a luxury resort's dining room opening bottles, sitting inattentively, or trotting across the street will cost you a very expensive opener. I finally made my own sheath to secure it in the real world.