How To Choose A Perfect Wine Stopper

Unless you can drink a whole bottle of wine, wine stoppers can play a role in your wine journey. Wine stoppers can serve both practical and decorative purposes. They also make a popular gift, given the many choices we provide. With the right stopper, you can even preserve the great taste of a bottle longer than you imagined.

Decorative Stoppers
These stoppers work like replacement corks. They typically have some kind of rubberized area that gets a good seal with the neck of the bottle or cork with a decorative pull at the top to make it easy to remove from the bottle. Decorative stoppers minimally seal out the air in wine; however, they do allow some oxidation to continue. These types of stoppers can extend a wine's life a day or two, and they come in such a wide arrange of styles you can find them for all occasions.
They make a wonderful way to express your personality and taste, and they also make wonderful gifts. Decorative wine stoppers work best when you plan to drink the wine within two days. They tend to be the most affordable, least effective way to preserve opened wine. The stoppers with cork bottoms tend to break easily so we provide the durable steel with rubber stoppers.

Pourer Stoppers
These stoppers seal your wine, and give you the ability to pour through a small spout to minimize drips. They are usually made of metal or plastic, and they extend wine life in a manner similar to decorative stoppers. Try the homestia 12 pcs pourer stoppers set.

Vacuum Preservation Stoppers
Vacuum preservation stoppers come as part of a system that lets you manually pump the oxygen out of an opened bottle, creating a vacuum and theoretically extending the wine's life. The wine is sealed away from air. These preservation systems may add an extra two or three days to the life of your wine after it is opened. We have vacuum preservation stoppers for your wine as well.