Help elevate your wine's flavor with this No. 1 wine accessory

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Any true wine drinker knows that the quality of wine is very important to how it tastes. And if you’re someone who enjoys a glass of wine or loves to serve it at a party, you might find that this best-selling Haley’s Corker could make a difference.

To get the most out of your wine, it sometimes pays to have a good stopper. And not only can this Haley Corker keep wine from spilling out the bottle, but it also works as a re-corker, filter, pourer and aerator.

According to the product description on the company’s website, it “prevents cork residue, sediment and tartrates from entering your glass.” Additionally, it helps you maintain a “drip-free” pour — which is probably good news for your tablecloths and white clothes. Plus, even if your guests don’t finish off the bottle, you can use it as a re-corker to help preserve what’s left. 

Shop: Haley's Corker 5-in-1 Stopper, $11.99

But probably the most valuable thing this corker can do for wine enthusiasts, is that it aerates wine. In wine culture this is an important step in helping enhance the wine’s flavor. To aerate the wine means to expose it to oxygen, a.k.a letting it breathe. By letting it breathe, you help the wine to essentially “open up” and allow its aromas and flavors to shine through, according to Wine Enthusiast Catalog.

With nearly a perfect five-star rating on Amazon and over 800 five-star reviews, Haley’s Corker is the No. 1 best-selling wine stopper on Amazon. 

“I love this aerator,” one reviewer wrote. “I was a little worried at first because I’ve bought some in the past that leaked or they were extremely difficult to get out of the bottles once the bottle was empty. That is not the case with this product. It’s easy to pop in I have had no leaking and it’s really easy to get out without a struggle.”

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