Durand Corkscrew
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Durand Corkscrew

$223.99 (Inc. Tax)
$199.99 (Ex. Tax)
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Description

"The Durand™ is a fully patented, two part device that enables the user to successfully remove older and fragile wine corks whole and intact.   The Durand was invented by wine collector Mark Taylor who had struggled with challenging corks when opening older fine wines.   He founded Wining Taylors, LLC (based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA) to manufacture and market The Durand in 2007. The Durand is named for Yves Durand, a world-renowned sommelier, and a personal friend and mentor.

Using The Durand for older, fragile or compromised corks eliminates the unwanted outcomes of broken corks, corks pushed into bottles or corks partially removed leaving pieces floating in the wine. The Durand removes the cork whole and contained.

Numerous wine lovers, collectors, and nationally and internationally known sommeliers have enjoyed The Durand’s performance and appreciated its proven track record.  The Durand has been well received and reviewed in the national and international press, as well as in wine magazines, periodicals, and online media.  Click here to read some of our notices and reviews.

Instructions for use are printed on the inside of the reusable wrapper that encases the cork presentation box of The Durand."

Shipping & Returns

We ship with Canada Post ExpressPost or Priority within British Columbia only. If you are not at home when Canada Post attempts delivery of your package, you will receive a door hanger to notify you that your package can be picked up at the postal outlet indicated on the card. Unfortunately, we are not legally allowed to ship outside of the province and packages delivered by Canada Post cannot be left on the doorstep. Packages must be received by a recipient over 19 years of age.

Within Downtown Vancouver - 1-2 business days
Outside Downtown Vancouver - 2 business days

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