Wine & Spirits
How to preserve the character, taste and odour of wine from vine to glass?
The answer is Bag-In-Box.
Bag-In-Box packaging has been used with wine and spirits for the past fifty years. Born as alternative wine packaging, the advantages gleaned from the process of Bag-In-Box ensured that it became a mainstay in the industry. This type of packaging gives wine manufacturers market advantages, ensuring wine integrity and maximizing consumer experience in a way that is safe, natural, economic, and sustainable.
- Red and White Still Wines
- Premade Cocktails
- Hard Drinks & Spirits
Bag-In-Box is not suitable for sparkling wines and cocktail mixtures containing CO2.
Standard Types of Taps & Fitments:
Standard Types of Films:
|Metalized HyBar® film provides the necessary oxygen and light barrier for products and, depending on its modification, is suitable for ambient or hot-fill, as well as aseptic applications.|
|Bag-In-Box handles inserted in a carton outer box provide user convenience and brand differentiation for premium boxed wines.|
|Vitap connector is designed to connect Bag-In-Box to different types of dispensing equipment installed in hotels, restaurants, cafés, bars and other food outlets.|
Major Market Sectors & Corresponding Packaging Volume:
- 2 & 3L bags with FlexTap for red and white still wines.
- 10 & 20L bags with Vitap for red and white still wines and other spirits.
- 2 & 3L bags with FlexTap for pre-made cocktail mixtures.
Advantages of Bag-In-Box for Wine & Spirits:
- Offers unparalleled convenience and portability, without risk of glass breakage.
- Delivers wine that tastes great for weeks after opening.
- Command consumer attention on the shelf with eye-catching, differentiated packaging.
- Allows wine-by-the-glass programs for on-premise accounts like hotels, restaurants, cafes and bars, thereby offering wineries an opportunity to expose consumers to popular retail wines, extending brand loyalty while harvesting increased market share.
- Exposes your brand to more people in more places.
- Increases the chances that consumers will enjoy your wine at their table and limit product waste with packaging that keeps wine fresh for weeks after opening.
- Streamline on-premise logistics by dispensing from high-barrier bulk packaging.
- Grant consumers access to quality wines at an affordable price.
- Gives wine additional value as a result of increased usability timeframes.
- Reduces overall packaging carbon footprint by switching to flexible packaging.