Robyn Haworth
Monday, 24 July 2023 / Published in 2023, Bottling, Closures, Design, Packaging
As premiumisation continues to be a trend in wine markets globally, there is growing demand for packaging products that can lift product appeal and help bottles stand out from their competitors. One unique approach is sourced from a manufacturer using a material for closures not generally associated with wine bottles at all. The region of
Robyn Haworth
Monday, 24 July 2023 / Published in 2023, Bottling, Closures, Cork, Environmental
New technologies developed by Amorim guaranties TCA free cork stoppers By Paulo Lopes* and Miguel Cabral* Figure 1. Naturity® technology which removes TCA and hundreds of other volatile compounds by thermal desorption through a proprietary, nonsequential use of pressure, temperature, purified water and time. Throughout the years Amorim Cork has been leading the technological development
With sustainability receiving a lot of attention across the Australian and New Zealand wine industry, producers and suppliers are looking at ways to lower costs and improve efficiencies. At the upcoming PACKWINE Forum & Expo, a special panel of industry experts will examine future directions for sustainable wine packaging and will explore options for primary,
What does it take to make a change Why is there resistance to change? With sustainability a growing focus for the wine sector, the 2022 PACKWINE Forum & Expo will explore the implications of this for wine packaging. The theme of PACKWINE 2022 is: What does it take to make a change – Why is
How can we get consumers to try alternative wine packaging? By Jakob Mesidis, Bill Page, Larry Lockshin, Armando Maria Corsi and Justin Cohen Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, University of South Australia Calls from consumers, advocacy groups, and governments have seen industries adopt practices to reduce their CO₂ output. To this end, the wine industry
PACKWINE Forum & Expo
Friday, 12 February 2021 / Published in Closures, Cork, News, Screwcap
Peter Godden, from the Australian Wine Research Institute, outlines the results of two tastings involving identical wines sealed under both screwcap and cork closures. In November 2018, the AWRI coordinated a tasting of wines that had been sealed with both corks and screwcaps. The tasting formed part of a presentation on the impact of closures