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Cognac packaging: A. De Fussigny innovates with flax bottle

Cognac packaging: A. De Fussigny innovates with flax bottle

A. de Fussigny’s 2050 Cognac is the first spirit to be housed in Green Gen Technologies' bottle made from flax fibers, plant-based resins and an RPET liner. The bottle features a paper-free, natural polymer label made from a milk by-product.[…]

05/24/2022 | MaterialsDesign
Champagne: packaging innovations, consumer trends... where's the market headed?

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Champagne: packaging innovations, consumer trends... where's the market headed?

Anchored in tradition, Champagne has nonetheless taken a proactive position in the area of packaging innovation and eco-design. In our dedicated Dossier, Luxe Packaging Insight looks at how the Champagne market is adapting to a post-pandemic[…]

05/22/2022 | Gift BoxesData
Pegasus Distillerie rolls out premium gin

Pegasus Distillerie rolls out premium gin

For the first opus of a planned multi-spirit range, French spirits distillery Pegasus turned to Maison Linea for the branding and visual identity of Orion gin. Inspired by the grandeur of space and its constellations, it comes in a deep blue[…]

05/17/2022
Cuvée Karma: Victor & Charles’ crown jewel

Cuvée Karma: Victor & Charles’ crown jewel

Launched earlier this year, Victor & Charles’ cuvée Karma comes in a one-of-a-kind bottle inlaid with a real diamond. Just 1,000 units of the limited-edition Champagne were produced. Aiming to create his very own cuvée de prestige, Filip Mertens[…]

05/17/2022 |
An earthy pack from Kilmartin Gin

An earthy pack from Kilmartin Gin

Scotland’s Kilmartin Glen Spirits distillery unveiled its first gin earlier this year. Infused with botanicals sourced from what is described as one of the UK’s richest Neolithic sites, the glass bottle features an earthenware coating. Design[…]

05/10/2022 |
French artist Claude Viallat decorates Ruinart’s Champagne Second skin

French artist Claude Viallat decorates Ruinart’s Champagne Second skin

For the latest artistic collaboration around its Second Skin Champagne cases, Ruinart (LVMH) called on Claude Viallat. The French painter worked on limited-edition magnums of R de Ruinart, Ruinart Rosé, Ruinart Blanc de Blancs and Ruinart[…]

05/06/2022 |
Curius’ VETA+ debuts with wood-effect labels and molded pulp packs

Curius’ VETA+ debuts with wood-effect labels and molded pulp packs

VETA+ is a new luxury Swiss spirits brand from drinks company Curius. Its three offers: gin, whisky and rum come in packaging designed by Series Nemo. The bespoke bottles are adorned with wood-effect labels and come in molded pulp packs.[…]

Rémy Cointreau’s Telmont tests lightweighted Champagne bottle

Rémy Cointreau’s Telmont tests lightweighted Champagne bottle

Striving to reduce its carbon footprint, Champagne Telmont is working with French glassmaker Verallia to reduce the weight of its bottles by 35g. The first Champagne to launch in this new bottle could hit the market in 2025. Champagne Telmont,[…]

Artist inspiration: Tread Softly introduces first gin

Artist inspiration: Tread Softly introduces first gin

With global gin consumption forecast to increase 4.4% by 2023*, Australian wine brand Tread Softly is tapping into this growing market with the launch of its first gin. Tread Softly (Fourth Wave Wine), a brand specialized in "moderate" alcohol[…]

05/02/2022 |
Natural diversity drives new Renegade Rum range

Natural diversity drives new Renegade Rum range

Caribbean rum producer Renegade Rum Distillery has launched a collection of five new rum expressions. The brand continues to expand its Grenada Island rum production with four new sugarcane farms. On the Caribbean island of Grenada - otherwise[…]

05/02/2022 |