For its gin, the Vesper distillery selected the Kobe bottle. With a retro finish, cylindrical body and an extra-flat bottom, this extra-flint glass model is a dedicated follower of the vintage trend.
Stock launched this aperitif cocktail in a model influenced by Eastern European design. The rectangular bottle is structured by facetted shoulders.
This 10-year-old bourbon distilled in Brooklyn was bottled in an extra-flint Moonea, its round body enhanced by a retro label.
For Vicente Gandia and its Sandara range of sparkling wines, Verallia developed the standard Ibiza bottle available in flint and Georgia green. Its round body gives a festive image to the product.
Garibaldi winery chose the festive Espumante 75cl bottle for its new sparkling wine, won over by its filling reliability and finish quality.
The dark amber packaging is part of Loïc Raison cider’s move upmarket. Almost black, it soberly enhances the product.
Johnson Estate chose the eco-designed Bordeaux Ecova Elegance bottle in extra-flint glass. A Vinolok glass stopper magnifies the model.
Originality is the order of the day for this sangria: the Mecano bottle matches the vintage look of the mechanical opening system.
Valentin Bianchi opted for the Agrelo Bourgogne model with its soft shoulders to magnify its rosé. Its screw finish meets consumer demand for easy uncorking.
The extra-flint Atlanta bottle with its straight shoulders and tiered bottom magnifies the pink color with purple reflections of Mas Marignane’s rosé wine.
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Castelain brewery launched a limited edition, screen-printed by Saga Décor and based on a drawing by a local artist. The round, stocky body of the Steinie bottle, a brewers’ standard, gives the product a certain authenticity.
For its lemon beer, Wenzhou Qimeng chose a flint glass bottle with a stocky body decorated with lemon-shaped engravings.
The flint glass iced tea bottle we produce for Ferrero combines tradition and innovation: its fluted design is reminiscent of traditional plastic packaging, while the glass material gives the product a premium dimension.
This premium bottle from the EGO (Enhanced Geometric Objects) range has been eco-designed, allowing a 35% weight reduction (650g instead of the initial 1,000g). This new version responds to the environmental concerns of Miguel Torres, its consumers and distributors, while maintaining its aesthetic attributes.
For the 140th anniversary of its Cordon Rouge, Mumm Champagnes called upon us to produce a bottle with special technical characteristics: designed by Ross Lovegrove, it features a deep trough running through the bottle, a slender neck and a sleek design. The result of a fruitful collaboration between our factory in Chalon-sur-Saône and our workshop in Oiry, the bottle has won several major international awards.
The “V” symbol, common to all the countries in which the Group has glass production plants, appears under Verallia’s bottles and jars. Launched in 2019, the unique puntmark facilitates the identification of the Verallia brand throughout the world. The symbol is followed by the letter of the country of manufacture.