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In the Aisles: New Products in Glass

 

Welcome to “In the Aisles: New Products in Glass,” a regular look at trends, innovations, and new products packaged in glass containers. To showcase your glass package, click the “Send Us Your New Products” option below or email lbragg@gpi.org. If you like what's here, please share this publication.

Jon Bon Jovi And Son Release French Rosé 

Diving into Hampton Water, a rosé made in the South of France, is on shelves now along the east coast. After designing a bottle label featuring a woman diving into a rosé-colored pool, the brand took off. The spectacular glass bottle only enhances the effect. CNBC, New York Times 

Rogue Ales & Spirts Releases Seasonal Marionberry Sour 

The most Oregon of all Rogue Farms beers, Marionberry Sour, hits shelves for the first time this July. Marionberry Sour is the newest beer made with ingredients grown at Rogue Farms. The new seasonal is available on draft and in 6-packs and 12oz. glass bottles manufactured by O-I. Brewbound

Non-Alcoholic Wine Infused-Water Arrives For Summer

An Israeli start-up has created a beverage for those who love the taste of wine, but can't or don't drink alcohol. O. Vine Wine Grape Infused Water debuts at New York's Fancy Foods this month in red and white varieties in simple, clear 150ml glass bottles. Refinery 29, DelishThe Drinks Business

Starbucks Debuts RTD Teavana Sparkling Craft Iced Tea 

This month Starbucks Teavana Sparkling Craft Iced Tea will be available in select grocery stores with expansions througout the U.S. into 2019. The bubbly iced teas both come in a clear 14.5oz. glass bottle, manufactured by Ardagh Group, and promise plenty of fizz -- a first from Teavana's craft tea collection. Elite Daily

Gordon's Makes Low-Alcohol Ready-Mixed Cocktails 

Diageo-owned Gordon’s creates two “ultra-low-alcohol” pre-mixed gin and tonic sparkling beverages as consumers’ cravings for low ABV drinks grows. Available in 250ml glass bottle formats in singles and four-packs. The Spirits Business, The Drinks Business 

Diageo Releases Signature Crown Royal Blenders’ Mash 

Crown Royal Blenders’ Mash is touted as among the brand's most flavorful and complex of the five unique whiskies that comprise Crown Royal’s signature blend. It releases both in Canada and the U.S. in the brand's iconic 750ml glass bottle manufactured by O-I. Scotch Blog, Halfway South

Cîroc Vodka Moves Into Brandy 

Diageo makes its debut in the brandy category with the launch of a VS expression under its Cîroc vodka line. The packaging for Cîroc VS features the brand’s “iconic” orb rendered in a wood grain effect on the 750ml glass bottle. The Spirits Business

Napa Valley's Cuvaison Unveils New Branding

Cuvaison winery unveils new branding, including new packaging for its entire portfolio of wines, and a new website designed to enhance consumer engagement. New glass packaging includes a refreshed label and images that reflect the brands story and modern aesthetic. BevNet

Absolut Unveils Juice Edition

Absolut launches two flavored vodkas made with fruit juice and is encouraging consumers to reuse their 500ml glass bottles, manufactured by Ardagh Group. In a nod to the "craft" trend, for the first time it features a paper label. The products answer demand from an increasingly health conscious consumer base. The Spirits Business

Bom Bom Introduces Hemp Milk-Based Alcoholic Drink 

Bom Bom Brands introduces Fully Baked, an alcoholic drink which is made with hemp milk and blended with Caribbean rum, chocolate chip cookies and brownie flavors. This marks the brand's third release in a line of premium adult beverages, all in distinctive, dairy-like 750ml glass bottles. Beverage Daily, FoodBev

Colorado Start-Up Release RTD Artisan Iced Teas  

8th Wonder Tea brings to market a range of RTD teas made from "superfood" ingredients such as yerba maté and ashwagandha. Available in four flavors in individual 16-oz. glass bottles at specialty grocers in Colorado, Utah, Texas and Idaho. FoodBev, BevNet
PACKAGING TRENDS

Scientist: Storing Wine On Its Side Is Nonsense 

Storing wine on its side won’t prevent corks drying out, and may even accelerate their degeneration, according to Amorim’s director of R&D, Dr. Miguel Cabral. Get all the detail at The Drinks Business

Entry Open For 2018 Clear Choice Awards  

The Glass Packaging Institute is accepting submissions for the 2018 Clear Choice Awards. The awards are open to all North American glass container manufacturers and their customers to submit products introduced between Aug. 2017 and Aug. 2018. Enter in one of nine categories, including a new "sustainability" award.
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