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Ardagh Group introduces new glass wine bottle designs

Ardagh Group, Glass – North America, a business unit of Ardagh Group and the largest domestic manufacturer of glass bottles for the U.S. wine market, announced six new sophisticated glass wine bottle designs.

An expansion of Ardagh’s extensive portfolio, the new designs include three new texture options, one 375ml Claret style bottle with a Stelvin® finish, one 375ml Claret style bottle with a cork finish and one 375ml Burgundy style bottle with a Stelvin® finish.

To further engage today’s inquisitive consumer, Ardagh has developed three new textures that can be applied to a variety of bottles. Ardagh’s new REMO™, CUADRAS™ and VINA™ designs deliver an emotional connection to the consumer using unique shapes and textures, thus establishing a more interactive consumer experience.

For wineries looking for single-serve options, Ardagh’s three new 375ml bottles provide the ability for consumers to mix-and-match varietals and sample products without committing to a multi-serve format.

“Innovative bottle designs and single-serve packaging formats provide wineries with opportunities for differentiation in today’s market,” said John T Shaddox, Chief Commercial Officer for Ardagh’s North American Glass business unit. “Ardagh’s new glass wine bottle options leverage a modern, premium look and feel that respond to consumer interest.”

Ardagh will showcase these six new glass wine bottle designs in booth #P2055 at next week’s Unified Wine & Grape Symposium at Cal Expo in Sacramento from February 5-6, 2020.

For more than 125 years, Ardagh has been producing 100 percent and endlessly recyclable glass bottles in the U.S. and offers a wide selection of premium wine bottles in a variety of colours, sizes, styles and finishes. Ardagh produces glass wine bottles from its glass production facilities located in the heart of the major wine-producing areas in North America.

To view Ardagh’s extensive wine bottle stock portfolio, which are all made in the U.S.A., visit

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