Instagram is a fabulous thing! I use it sometimes to see what friends are up to, but mostly I follow brands, celebrities and companies that I like to see what is new, what is exciting and what is totally Instagram-worthy. And boy did I find it in the Cote des roses rosé from Gerard Bertrand.
As much as 97% of respondents to a survey of U.S. wine consumers see cork as an indicator of wine quality, with 93% preferring natural cork for wine bought as a gift and 91% preferring it for wine bought at a restaurant.
With high-impact graphic designs, packaging structures tipping the scale of cool, and innovative closures that do much more than open and close the pack, you might call it the Twilight Zone of packaging. So are we choosing what is new and unique just to stand out - and if so, does it work?
The Caley, the most prestigious wine yet from Yalumba, a fifth-generation family wine company of the Barossa, South Australia, launches new design that reflects exclusivity and luxury through the use of techniques such as foiling, heavy debossing the family crest.
The buzz of craft beer seems finally to be fading. While on its surface the category may appear bubbly, over a decade of consistent double-digit growth has led to an oversaturated selection of brands on shelves.
In this issue of Packaging Strategies, we take a look at the packaging robotics industry, learn about some of the latest products to be featured at PACK EXPO LV, sustainability innovation, and much more!