. My search has turned into an organising mission though so it'll be awhile.
Ahhhh, yes! I love completion of wine management. I have to do it about once each month or two.
Love the reaction at 4:14 after the inital tasting - it could be either he thinks it's putrid but can't declare that or genuine love for it - I guess it's the latter but I found that amusing.I just now learned about a type of cork remover that I had never seen. It's a combination corkscrew and puller. A master sommelier used it to open a bottle of wine that was 40 years old, suspecting that he had to be very careful when removing the cork. If you're interested, begin watching the following video at 1:50:
Didn't that look just like he used a simple screw that he placed deep into the cork followed by the Ah So over the top?
I wasn't sure if the 2 are a set or just a convenient pair. Looks like the screw holds the cork together and the 2-prong does the extraction.The two devices, when their tops are inserted at right angles to each other, become a pair. That makes the pair probably easier to operate than two independent devices not manufactured to work together being used at the same time.
Looks like the screw holds the cork together and the 2-prong does the extraction.