An utensil used for removing the cork from wine bottles. There are many varieties available, but three different types are most commonly used. First, the most common type is is the "T" shaped "corkscrew" variety. This cork remover has a long, sharp-pointed, metal spiral (corkscrew) attached to a handle. The spiral is inserted into the cork and twisted, driving it through the cork so it can be securely grasped and pulled upward and out of the bottle.
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