10 Ways to Open Wine Without a Corkscrew
The trouble with wine, it seems, is remembering a corkscrew. If you’ve forgotten the tool to pop open a bottle of wine, fear not, we’re here to hold your hand through some easy hacks to open a bottle of wine without a corkscrew. By the time you’ve read these, it’ll be: Viola, vino.
Hardwire a Fix with Some Hardware
In a pinch if you have a loose screw laying around use it to get a cork out. Simply screw it into the middle of the cork with a screwdriver or drill. Leave enough room to use the back of a claw hammer to remove it.
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Use a Shoe
The wine will eventually force the cork out because liquids act like a solid when in a container.
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Unlock a Cork with a Key
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Hang on with a Hanger
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Cut the Cork
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Pump it Up
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Use a Screw Hook
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Find a Knife
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String it Together
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If all Else Fails, Just Push the Cork in
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