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L’Atelier du Vin Bilami Twin-Blade Corkscrew

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As low as $30.00

Key Features

  • Unique design extracts corks without a corkscrew bit puncture, leaving them fully entact, even those which are old and fragile
  • Can also be used to easily reinsert corks back into bottles
  • Designed and made in France; a historical part of L’Atelier du Vin’s range since 1949 (patent date)
  • Materials: Black metal
  • Dimensions: 8.3" L x 5.5" W x 0.2" H

Shipping & Returns

Most purchases are shipped from our New Jersey warehouse and scheduled to arrive within 5-7 business days of shipment of the order. Items sent directly from our suppliers may take longer, and items ordered together may not arrive in the same box. Standard Delivery option is available for all orders in the continental U.S. See below for orders going to Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico or islands off the US (i.e. Martha's Vineyard, Kiawah Island, etc.) and international addresses.

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L’Atelier du Vin Bilami Twin-Blade Corkscrew
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L’Atelier du Vin Bilami Twin-Blade Corkscrew



Made in France, the Twin-blade by L’Atelier du Vin is a tool prized by wine lovers and others wishing to learn the art of “pulling” a cork without puncturing it with a corkscrew bit. First patented in 1949, the Bilami uncorks your wine by inserting two “spring steel” blades attached to a handle between the cork and the bottle’s neck, then pulling and turning the blades and the cork together, removing the cork without damaging it. Just as easily, the twin blade reinserts the cork into bottle as if it was never touched.

According to legend, the Twin-blade was very popular with waiters who used it to serve themselves a small helping from bottles, then re-cork them, leaving no trace of the break-in. Today, it’s a favorite tool among wine lovers and collectors who appreciate its simple and innovative charm.


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