The 8 Best Electric Wine Openers 2020

mpress your next dinner party guests, or your next date, with one of these electric wine openers. They’ll save you the embarrassment of struggling with a stubborn cork and let you focus on being the perfect host. They also make the perfect housewarming gift. Each option is rechargeable and cordless, so you can take them along to picnics and parties, on camping excursions, and more

1. Hamilton Beach 76610

The unobtrusive Hamilton Beach 76610 (about $30) sports an all black body that won’t draw attention to itself on your countertop. It can accommodate up to 30 bottles on a single charge, but sometimes it requires a little extra pull at the end to extract a cork fully.

  • Nonslip rubber grip
  • Small enough to fit in a purse
  • Less powerful than some others

2. Wine Ovation WNO

The Wine Ovation WNO (about $40) is a playful option that will surprise and delight your guests. You can choose a more realistic simulated steel or a fun pink color, while the base and handle are covered in a black textured coating for stability and a good grip.

  • Pull trigger to remove cork
  • Perfect for sports shooters
  • Plastic body feels cheap

3. Uncle Viner Gift Set

The Uncle Viner Gift Set (around $30) is a complete starter kit for the budding wine connoisseur. It arrives in an attractive red gift box and comes with the opener, a wine pourer, a vacuum stopper, a cutter, and a removable charging cord.

  • Great housewarming gift
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Included foil cutter is cheap

4. iTronics 700

If you have a large party or event coming up, the iTronics 700 (around $15) can open more than 100 bottles on a single charge. While this option provides you with a base and a USB charging cable, you’ll need to supply your own plug for the wall.

  • Corkscrew is never exposed
  • Slim compact design
  • Easy on arthritic hands

5. Wine Enthusiast Push-Button

The Wine Enthusiast Push-Button (appx. $19) is entertaining to watch as it illuminates an electric blue light while removing the cork, so you can monitor its progress as it works. The handle and base come in a neutral, matte black color.

  • Sleek and modern design
  • Clear foil cutter
  • Has trouble with synthetic corks

6. Cuisinart CWO-50

The Cuisinart CWO-50 (around $31) can remove natural or synthetic corks with equal ease, making it reliable and versatile. It also has a vacuum sealing feature, ensuring a wine’s freshness is preserved if you don’t finish the bottle in one go and need to save some for later.

  • Foil cutter stores in charging base
  • Rubberized grip
  • Battery does not last long

7. Ozeri Nouveaux

The Ozeri Nouveaux (appx. $25) features an updated motor that allows this model to open up to 60 bottles on one charge. The curved bell bottom lets it stand on its own without the need for a base, and the removable charging cord plugs directly into the wall.

  • Lid converts to a foil cutter
  • Bonus pourer and stopper
  • Choose from black red or silver

8. Oster Inspire

The Oster Inspire (about $30) not only removes corks at the touch of a button, but it also comes with its own thermal chiller, making this package a great value for the oenophile and a wonderful gift idea for those who enjoy whites and rosés.

  • Power indicator
  • Quiet operation
  • Ergonomic soft-grip handle