The wire cage as we know today appeared following the Champagne Houses momentum at the beginning of the 60's, with the first automatic machines. Its role is to secure the cork in its place on sparkling wine, cider, beer bottles ...
The wire cage is the result of three components assembly:
The belt is made of soft galvanized or laquered steel wire, sliding freely in the cage eyelets, assembled by a double twist
The body or cage is made of two or four wires assembled by torsion, with eyelets rolled towards the interior or the exterior receiveing the belt
The tinned steel plate
Black ( Only in 27 mm )
Size: 27 and 31 mm