Chateau Laguiole Opus Series Corkscrew Cocobolo - A
The Chateau Laguiole Opus Series features extensive chiseling and filing on both, the one-piece forged bee and spring as well as the dual liners. Each Opus is exclusively handcrafted in France by master cutler Michael "Mike" Dajoux.
Note that each piece is "One-Of-A-Kind" and individually photographed.
The Chateau Laguiole waiter-style corkscrew was created in 1993 by Master Sommeliers Guy Vialis and was the first true waiter-style Laguiole-style corkscrew on the market. Since it debuted the Chateau Laguiole brand has been the favorite among some of theworld's best sommeliersand, to this day is the most sold (and imitated) of all high-end waiter-style Laguiole corkscrews.
Cocobolo (Dalbergia retusa) harvested in Central America. Cocobolo is a type of rosewood. It is in limited supply due to regulations and, as a result, can be very expensive.
Since 2020 all genuine Château Laguiole corkscrews come with a registration card to be validated online. This is the only assurance of their authenticity and warranty.
A Chateau Laguiole collector's display is availabe here (new window).
Chateau Laguiole are shipped same business day from Florida when ordered by 2 PM Eastern time. UPS delivery can be expected in 1 to 3 business days depending on destination. International shipping options are available at checkout.
*We provide free U.S. base warranty and repair support exclusively to our customers. Items purchased elsewhere will need to be shipped to France and back to the U.S. at the owner's expanse. The original retailer will need to be contacted for assistance.
All Chateau Laguiole wine openers are made of 12C27 stainless steel and weigh around 4 oz (113 grams). The overall length closed is 4.5 inches (11.40 cm). The foils cutter is serrated and measures 1.5/8 inches ~ 4.06 cm).