Bottle of Wine

How do we lock up a bottle of wine? By using the original bottleneck? It is to big and I think its impossible. Please help.
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::: dasExperiment :::
" ::: dasExperiment :::" wrote in news:bss056$9j8$1@news.onet.pl: > How do we lock up a bottle of wine? > By using the original bottleneck? It is to big and I think its > impossible. Please help. > > -- > pozdrawiam > czas_ucieka > > czas_ucieka@op.pl > GG#: 3569145 > telefon: 692760692 > > >
Turn the cork around so that the original outside points into the neck of the bottle and push
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jcoulter
> " ::: dasExperiment :::" wrote in > news:bss056$9j8$1@news.onet.pl: > > > How do we lock up a bottle of wine? > > By using the original bottleneck? It is to big and I think its > > impossible. Please help. > > > > -- > > pozdrawiam > > czas_ucieka > > > > czas_ucieka@op.pl > > GG#: 3569145 > > telefon: 692760692 > > > > > > > > Turn the cork around so that the original outside points into the neck of > the bottle and push >
Except for Champagne and sparkling wines. In that case use the knife attached to your corkscrew and carve enough of the cork away so that what remains will fit. Be certain to have kept the bail (the wire cage) to refasten the carved down cork back into place.
pavane
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pavane
> How do we lock up a bottle of wine? > By using the original bottleneck? It is to big and I think its impossible. > Please help.
Only the side that was in the wine should have swelled. Put it back in upside down.
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jeffc

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