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- Do you hate that you can't fit open bottles with corks or stoppers in the fridge door and close it?
- Have you tried to lay an open bottle with a cork or stopper at an angle or on it's side and returned to wine leaking everywhere?
- Are you tired of trying to jam a cork in your wine bottle after pouring a glass and it doesn't fit because the cork has expanded?
We feel your pain! So we invented CapaBunga® to solve the problem!
CapaBunga is a reusable silicone cap that reseals a bottle of wine after you remove the cork. It’s made to resemble the bungs used to seal barrels during wine-making. Once you remove the cork and re-seal the bottle with a CapaBunga®, it is liquid tight and the open bottle can rest on its side or even upside down without leaking. No more jamming the cork back in the bottle, no more open bottles leaking all over your fridge, no more rearranging the fridge to fit an open bottle.
CapaBunga® fits virtually every wine bottle but it is not recommended for Moscato, Champagne or Sparkling wine as there is too much effervescence in those wines. For Sparkling wine and Champagne we recommend CapaBubbles
SPECIFICATIONS & CARE:
Made of Food Grade Silicone
Fits most standard wine bottles (375ml, 750ml, 1.5L)
Rinse under running water also dishwasher safe
- Small item - keep away from pets or children
These are the greatest thing for a while! I've bought them for friends and they love them, too! Going to buy more soon for Christmas presents.
Great product! Bought some more for gifts!
I love these wine stoppers. They work perfectly and are so easy to use! I even bought extra for my glass water bottles.
I love the wine bottle toppers. They seal well and are freaking adorable.
Great concept and you can put the bottles on there side. However, took a half filled bottle, with a top on it out and it came off in transit and we lost it !
We're sorry to hear your cap came off Kathleen -did you take the original foil off? We just came back from 4days of a tradeshow where the bottle was hung upside down and it was 3/4 filled and the cap never came off - ofc we don't recommend storing your wine upside down :) We appreciate your review and support!