Laguiole en Aubrac Wine Cockscrews
Laguiole Handcrafted Production Makes Each Authentic Laguiole Cockscrew Unique.
The Laguiole Cockscrews metal parts are all brushed finished except for the Amourette which is a polished metal finish.
This humble farmer’s knife was first created in 1829, in Laguiole, a small mountain village of the Aveyron, in southwestern France. The bee decorating the spring plate would eventually become the prestigious symbol of France’s most celebrated knife. 1840: The first awls appeared to help shepherds pierce the skin of sheep that had bloated from eating too much green grass. 1880: The corkscrew made its début, in response to the demands of men from northern Aveyron who had gone to Paris to work as waiters in cafés.