If you like the finer things in life, for example like eating or drinking well, then it’s only natural that you’ll eventually become interested in wine. Wine can serve as a counterpoint to a good meal. What could be better than a white zinfandel to go along with fresh-caught lake trout and salad, or a deep, rich, cabernet sauvignon to pair alongside a T-bone grilled to perfection? Even if you decide to dabble in wine tasting some day. There are going to be occasions where you don’t need more than a glass at a time. You’ll want to save the rest of that bottle for later, putting the cork back in just won't cut it, you need a wine stopper to assure the wine will keep. There are several different varieties and designs on the market. The one you choose should perfectly seal the open bottle, so there is no chance of spillage during transport. You may also want one that is made of a particular material that won’t corrupt the wine’s taste. See some favorite stoppers on the market below.