Investment in a trusty tool always goes a long way and saves time and money. The choice of corkscrews is interrelated to its end use and commercial or residential purpose. Wine keys are more advanced and user friendly in a professional scenario than regular options. The essential tools and equipment behind the bar bring convenience and the showcase of one's lifestyle.
General characteristics of corkscrews
The different styles of corkscrews also have a few similar features, including the corkscrew worm, handle and boot lever for cork removal. Waiter's corkscrews or wine keys are the handy options for smaller establishments. Wall mount and other wine openers are more pricey than wine keys and are less time-consuming. There are various types of corks, for example, synthetic and natural. Lever style cork removers are highly recommended for natural corks. Therefore, waiters' corkscrews can efficiently operate vintage wine bottles or wine bottles with any cork set that ages for a more extended period.
Range of functionality
The waiter's corkscrews have multiple identities, and it is also known as the sommelier knife or wine key. The functionality of the wine keys extends up to bottle opening as well as foil cutting. The equipment mentioned above has an integrated bottle opener. The smaller size and wide range of functions make waiter's corkscrews a worthy option for the effortless removal of wine corks. Double lever corkscrews are more practical. The stainless steel base of a corkscrew worm creates greater friction between the wine stopper and the worm for a steady cork pull.
Corkscrew spindle and other parts
The waiter's corkscrews comprise mostly stainless steel both on the spindle part and the foil cutter portion. Wine keys are usually lightweight and easy to carry around. Consumers can choose from various handle materials, including wood, metal, etc., based on their style and inclination for the product to be used for display.