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The forge de Laguiole workshop with snow cover foreground
flames are created by the forge when tempering the knife blades
an old wooden  work bench located inside the forge de laguiole workshop
laguiole knives parts on a workbench
Laguiole knife quality control worker clean and inspect the blades.
a cattle horn tip is cut  in half using a bandsaw

Forge de Laguiole

Pinot Noir Waiter-Style Corkscrew by Forge de Laguiole

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Handmade in the village of Laguiole, France, the Forge de Laguiole "Sommeliers" as they are often called are the only high-end Laguiole waiter-style corkscrews to feature the traditional shepherd's cross on most models.

This wine opener was created in collaboration with professional sommeliers. Its ergonomics, elegance, and efficiency earned it the "Prix Design Plus" (the Design Plus award) in Frankfurt, Germany. Additionally, each one of these incredibly efficient masterpieces is entirely hand assembled and completed by the same craftsman to ensure pride in the completed object.

The Forge de Laguiole workshop is located in the tiny village of Laguiole, France - Pop. 1300 - where the Laguiole knife first appeared in the early 1800's. Interesting pages:Laguiole's history and facts.

Handle Material: Dark Horn Tip / Buffalo (the tip of the horn is the strongest part). Imported from Africa.

What's Included:  Corkscrew - Gift Box - Certificate - Leather Sheath - Warranty & Repairs Support -  Free Shipping & Free Returns(U.S only)


All Forge de Laguiole corkscrews are made of Martensitic stainless steel and weight around 3 oz (85 grams). It is important to note that high grade (and cost) martensitic stainless steel is used due to the its hardness, strength and wear resistance qualities.
Overall length closed is 4.3/4 inches (12 cm). The foils cutter doubles as a bottle cap opener and measure 1.5/8 inches ~4.06 cm).