4 Years + | 1000 Bellcork #9 Long (45 mm x 24 mm | 1 3/4 in x 1.31 in)

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Bellcork #9 Long: The Pinnacle of Sealing Excellence for Fine Wines

A Blend of Tradition and Innovation in Every Cork

Bellcork #9 Long Colmated Corks is a quintessential choice for winemakers, wineries, and craft enthusiasts who prioritize the longevity and integrity of their wines. Crafted in the heart of Portugal, these premium corks combine natural cork's beauty with functional excellence, ensuring your wines mature flawlessly over four years. The meticulous colmation process fills the pores with a fine powder, delivering a seal that is both effective and visually appealing, thus safeguarding the essence of your wine.

Key Features:

  • Perfectly Sized: Dimensions of 45 mm x 24 mm (1 3/4 in x 1.31 in) ensure a snug fit across a wide range of bottles.
  • Colmated to Perfection: The natural cork pores are filled with a special powder, enhancing the seal.
  • Optimized for Extended Freshness: Specially designed for wines that mature gracefully over four years.
  • Ideal for Complex Wines: These corks provide the necessary seal for wines with depth and complexity.
  • Authentic Portuguese Craftsmanship: Each cork reflects Portugal's long-standing tradition and expertise in cork production.


Q: What makes the Bellcork Colmated Stopper unique in its composition? A: It features a natural cork enhanced by colmation - filling the pores with a fine powder, secured with natural resin and rubber glue for a superior seal.

Q: How effective does this cork provide the seal? A: It is expertly crafted to preserve wines for up to four years, maintaining freshness and quality.

Q: Is this cork suitable for crafting as well as winemaking? A: Its premium quality makes it ideal for various uses, including crafting projects.

Q: Can you confirm the exact size of the cork? A: Each cork measures 45 mm long and 24 mm in diameter.

Q: Are there any harmful chemicals involved in the cork's production? A: No, the corks are treated with natural substances, ensuring no harmful additives are used.

Q: Where are these corks produced? A: They are proudly manufactured in Portugal and are known for their high-quality cork production. 

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