#3 Opening Remarks - Using a Corkscrew and What You Might Find Under the Cork...
Using a "Waiter's Friend" Corkscrew & Dealing With What You Might Find
Pro Wine Tip - Opening Remarks
How To Use a "Waiter's Friend" Corkscrew And Dealing With What You Could Find When The Cork Comes Out...
You can’t learn about without pulling corks so let’s take a dive into using a simple corkscrew to pull out the cork and also touch on some of the things you might find after you do.
The Knife, the Worm and the Lift
The “waiter’s friend” is that simple folding corkscrew that servers use to open wine for you in restaurants. It fits nicely in a pocket or your kitchen drawer and unfolds like a specialized Swiss Army Knife.
It has three specialized tools
1. knife or foil cutter for removing top of the capsule
2. the worm, a metal spiral that goes into the cork
3. The lift, also known as the fulcrum or lever for lifting the cork up and out from the neck of the bottle.
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