You've never opened a bottle like this before. Or maybe you have - the design has been around since 1949, after all. It uses two blades to extract corks without piercing them, so that even the oldest, crumbliest corks come out intact. All you have to do is insert the blades on either side of the stopper, then twist, pull, and enjoy. You can even replace the cork if you've got wine left to save. Legend has it that this design was a French waiters favorite, since it allowed for the clandestine stealing of sips and tidy replacement of corks.