How to Open Wine without a Corkscrew?

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Find a large screw, a screwdriver, and pair of good pliers. Firmly hold the bottle and screw the screw into the cork. Once you're about halfway in, grip the screw with the pliers and pull out the screw(and cork)! My husband forgot to get a corkscrew for the wine we had for our wedding night, it was too hilarious! Anyway, that's more information than you bargained for!
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It's fairly easy to open a bottle of wine without a corkscrew. You will need a hammer for this project. You will also need a narrow rod. You can find more info at: www.ehow.com
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This is happend to a few wine drinkers a time or two were you go to get the cork out and its gone. You can get it out by taking a small thin long knife and getting it out that way
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First, try insert by hand the screw into the cork. Next, use the screwdriver to help until the screw is at least 1.5" into the cork. This will secure the screw in place when
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1. Wrap the bottom of the bottle in a towel. 2. Hit the bottom of the bottle firmly and evenly against a reasonably flat, vertical surface (such as the wall, or a tree) The pressure
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One way you can do this is to push the cork INTO the bottle. You need a firm,
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This is happend to a few wine drinkers a time or two were you go to get the cork out and its gone. You can get it out by taking a small thin long knife and getting ...
This is happend to a few wine drinkers a time or two were you go to get the cork out and its gone. You can get it out by taking a small thin long knife and getting ...
This is happend to a few wine drinkers a time or two were you go to get the cork out and its gone. You can get it out by taking a small thin long knife and getting ...
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