Push the Cork In: Use a wooden spoon or a similar object to gently push the cork into the bottle. Carefully pour the wine through a strainer to catch any cork remnants
Screw and Pliers: Screw a long screw into the cork, leaving enough exposed to grip with pliers. Twist and pull the cork out.
Use a Key: Insert a key into the cork at an angle and gently twist to lift it out.
Heat and Expand: Submerge the neck of the bottle in hot water for a few minutes. The heat will cause the air inside to expand, pushing the cork out slightly.
Knife and Hammer: Insert a knife into the cork at an angle and use a hammer to gently tap the knife handle until the cork rises.
Shoe Method: Place the wine bottle in a shoe, sole down. Hold the neck and hit the sole against a sturdy wall. The pressure will push the cork out.
Paracord or String: Twist a paracord or strong string under the cork, cross the ends, and pull in opposite directions to ease the cork out.