recork

recork

(riːˈkɔːk)
vb (tr)
to put a cork into (a bottle, etc) again
References in classic literature ?
"My wife," he said, as he entered the room, "you were quite right; the olives are rotten, and I have recorked the vase so well that Ali Cogia will never know it has been touched."
This done he recorked the vase and put it in the same place where it had been left by Ali Cogia.
bottle, pour the rest through a funnel into a split, recork it, and store it in the fridge.
You pop the Corkcicle in the freezer and then use it to recork your bottle so it lowers the temperature of the wine from the inside out.
Through the ReCork program, sponsored by Amorim of Portugal (a wine cork maker), almost 15 million corks have been collected for recycling into flooring tiles, building insulation and automotive gaskets.
Cuvaison said it will work with ReCORK America and its corporate sponsor, Amorim of Portugal, to plant up to 1,000 trees by April 30, 2009.
To use, insert the tube into the bottle, give a one- to three-second spray of the 100% pure nitrogen and argon blend, and recork. This protective barrier seals the oxygen out and keeps the great flavor in.
Drink the wine, empty the bottle, return these images of tenderness into it, recork it, throw it out to sea.
The easiest way to preserve an open bottle is to recork and refrigerate.
Your staff or customers can "recork" the bottles after they've been opened.