Laguiole en Aubrac Corkscrews

Elegance and functionality combined for a sublime wine tasting experience!

Laguiole en Aubrac corkscrews have been designed to simplify the opening of your bottles when tasting your favorite wines. Their ergonomic design and high-quality stainless steel serrated blade allow you to open your bottles with ease and precision.

The lever corkscrew ensures flawless cork extraction in a single motion, while the integrated foil cutter guarantees effortless capsule cutting.

Elevate your wine tasting experience!

Each Laguiole en Aubrac corkscrew transcends the function of a simple accessory: it is a true work of art that enhances your wine tasting experience. Handcrafted by skilled cutlers in Aubrac, these corkscrews are an expression of artisanal heritage and a passion for the art of the table.

The noble materials used, such as precious wood, bone, horn, and Damascus steel, give each corkscrew a unique beauty that will delight your senses.

Excellence and quality in service of your passion

Choosing a Laguiole en Aubrac corkscrew means choosing excellence and quality. Each piece is rigorously inspected to ensure durability and flawless performance.

Their delicate finishes, sophisticated details, and timeless elegance make these corkscrews exceptional objects, ideal for gifting or completing your own collection.

“Experience unparalleled wine tasting with Laguiole en Aubrac corkscrews”

Discover an exclusive selection of Laguiole en Aubrac corkscrews, high-end tools designed for wine enthusiasts and professionals.

Each corkscrew is a perfect representation of utility, pleasure, and prestige. Allow yourself to be captivated by how these works of art magnify each wine tasting experience.

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Fully utilize the advantages of your Laguiole en Aubrac corkscrew:

  1. Prepare your wine bottle by removing the foil using the integrated foil cutter/serrated blade on the corkscrew.
  2. Gently unfold the corkscrew and insert the tip of the spiral into the center of the cork.
  3. Turn the corkscrew clockwise until the lever touches the bottleneck.
  4. Position the lever on the bottleneck, place your hand around it, gently lift the lever to extract the cork, and repeat the process if necessary, depending on the size of the cork.

Classic Corkscrews

Classic corkscrews are the most common and are characterized by their simplicity and functionality. Equipped with a stainless steel corkscrew, lever, and foil cutter, they offer a comfortable grip and easy use. The handle materials can vary, ranging from wood to metal, resin, or bone. Classic corkscrews are perfect for everyday use and are accessible for all budgets.

Corkscrews with Twisted Bolsters and Guilloche Plates

This category of corkscrews stands out for its elaborate aesthetics and refined design. The twisted bolster adds a touch of elegance and sophistication, while the guilloche plates provide an additional level of finesse. These corkscrews are handcrafted by skilled artisans with particular attention to detail. Corkscrews with twisted bolsters and guilloche plates are ideal for those looking for a functional and aesthetically pleasing, unique tool. They are available in olive wood, juniper, ebony, snakewood, horn tip, and bone.

Corkscrews with Damascus Blades and Guilloche Plates

Corkscrews with Damascus blades and guilloche plates represent the pinnacle of craftsmanship and luxury. The Damascus blade, made from several layers of steel, is renowned for its beauty and exceptional strength. Combined with guilloche plates, it gives the corkscrew a unique and prestigious appearance. The noble materials used for the handle, such as olivewood, juniper, snakewood, bone, horn tip, and buffalo horn, add an additional dimension of elegance. Corkscrews with Damascus blades and guilloche plates are the perfect choice for discerning wine enthusiasts who wish to invest in an exceptional tool.

The three categories of corkscrews: Classic, with twisted bolsters and guilloche plates, and with Damascus blades and guilloche plates

The corkscrew is an essential tool for any wine enthusiast or professional, offering an optimal and refined tasting experience. There is only one form of corkscrews that can be divided into three categories, each with its own unique features and charm. Discover classic corkscrews, those with twisted bolsters and guilloche plates, as well as those with Damascus blades and guilloche plates.

laguiole en aubrac corkscrews collections

Not all corkscrews bearing the Laguiole designation are created equal, and not all are made in France. Complete control of production, artisanal know-how, quality standards, and history are at the heart of the reputation and signature of the famous Laguiole en Aubrac manufacture.

Choosing a corkscrew will depend on your aesthetic preferences and budget.

Classic corkscrews are ideal for everyday use and suit all budgets, while corkscrews with twisted bolsters and guilloche plates offer a refined design for those who appreciate the details. Finally, corkscrews with Damascus blades and guilloche plates are the ultimate option for discerning connoisseurs and collectors who wish to invest in an exceptional tool combining aesthetics, performance, and durability.

When choosing a corkscrew, also consider the manufacturer’s build quality, ease of use, and the tool’s ergonomics. It is important to select a corkscrew that will meet your needs and allow you to enjoy a comprehensive tasting experience.

No matter which category of corkscrew you choose, remember that the main goal is to fully enjoy each tasting moment. A good corkscrew will help you open and savor your favorite wines with elegance and ease, while adding a touch of refinement to these moments.


Handle Materials

Handles can be made from various materials: Wood, Horn, Bone, Mammoth Ivory, minerals, or synthetic materials. We have selected the finest!

Damascus Blades

Damascus is the result of forging together several different metals. It’s an art that can be difficult to master due to the many possible combinations of metals and varying patterns.

Montézic Forge

The resurgence of Laguiole knife production in its original region dates back to the 1980s. Laguiole en Aubrac established a forge in the village of Montézic. This initiative revitalized local craftsmanship and perpetuated the tradition of making exceptional knives.

Knifemaker’s Workshop

Under the workshop manager’s supervision, Laguiole en Aubrac not only has a woodworking workshop and a forge but also its own assembly workshop. In this workshop, each knife is assembled by the same artisan knifemaker, ensuring constant attention to detail and impeccable quality.

Knife and Corkscrew Cases

Leather cases and sheaths for Laguiole en Aubrac knives and sommeliers wonderfully combine protection, style, and practicality. They are an essential accessory for lovers of beautiful objects and demanding professionals.

Manufacturing Steps

Producing artisanal Laguiole knives requires numerous steps and specific expertise. Each knife is crafted by a single artisan, who creates chiselling on a forged spring and carries out meticulous visual adjustments.