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November 14, 2007

Laguiole Sommelier Horn Handle Corkscrew

We know you can get a corkscrew for two bucks at the corner store, but this one just caught our eye and made us take notice. Don't be afraid, children - we know we tell you to buy cheap wine, but there's no reason you can't open it with a high quality opener.

In the town of Laguiole, in south-central France (pronounced Lie-Yoll), a tradition of manufacturing Laguiole knives has existed since 1829. Forge de Laguiole was created in 1987, reviving the traditional knives fabrication. Every step of the fabrication is performed on site, in the town of Laguiole, from the forging and stamping of metal components to the preparation of materials for the handles-assembling polishing and sharpening, using the craftsmanship of yesteryear.
Laguiole LaguioleSommelier Horn Handle Corkscrew

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Posted by Head Wino at November 14, 2007 8:48 AM
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