Laguiole en Aubrac

Laguiole en Aubrac began in 1829. The first Laguiole knives were inspired by Arabic-Spanish farmer’s knives and were created in a small mountain village in the Aveyron in south-western France. The first Laguiole knives had handles made of bone or horn, and these materials are still selected today.

The bee decorating the spring plate would eventually become the prestigious symbol of France’s most celebrated knives and corkscrews. All Laguiole en Aubrac corkscrews and champagne sabres are still handmade and crafted in the Laguiole area of France. Each is entirely assembled from start to finish by one single craftsman. These products therefore boast expert workmanship and tremendous care, effort and attention to detail.

Wineware are extremely proud to include these wonderful, handcrafted corkscrews from Laguiole en Aubrac.

Please note, if you require any other products from this manufacturer which are not listed please feel free to contact us.

Wineware are a certified stockist and supply genuine Laguiole corkscrews in the UK.

Laguiole en Aubrac 2 Piece Cheese Set
1 in stock | Code: 3935

Laguiole en Aubrac 2 Piece Cheese Set

Was £122.50 incl. VAT £110.25 incl. VAT

Laguiole En Aubrac Corkscrew Harlequin Handle
Available for pre-order | Code: 3923

Laguiole En Aubrac Corkscrew Harlequin Handle

£114.95 incl. VAT

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