Rabbit Walnut Two-Step Corkscrew
Ready, set, pour.
Pull out this super-compact corkscrew when it’s time to get pouring, and you just might be mistaken for a wine-uncorking pro—that two-step design is favored by sommeliers, after all. To use it, just pop the cap off with the built-in foil cutter and turn the spiral into the cork. (Bonus: That spiral’s nonstick, so it’ll twist into place like *that*.) Then, let those two levers help you lift the cork right out of the bottle. This one’s got a smooth walnut finish on the handle, so it’ll get you pouring in smart style, too.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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