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Afternoon Brief, November 2nd

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North Coast’s Post-Harvest Gathering: WIN Expo’s 11th Year: At this year’s 11th annual Expo, attendees can catch up with colleagues, and learn about the newest methods, products and challenges that our industry faces along with the most innovative solutions designed to tackle them...

Saverglass Sets New Industry Standards with Successful Hydrogen Combustion Trials in...

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The Group Takes a Lead in Climate Action with Decarbonization Initiatives, Embracing Hydrogen for Cleaner, Greener Glass Production Feuquières, France – November 2, 2023 --...
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Afternoon Brief, May 1st

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Abrupt Closure of San Francisco Wine Startup Leaves Customers with Thousands of Bottles Stuck in ‘CloudCellar’: The offer was enticing: Pay $25 for a bottle of wine, and you might get upgraded to a bottle worth $100 or more. Better yet, the San Francisco tech company Underground Cellar promised: It would store your wine purchases — up to 500 bottles — for free in a “CloudCellar,” then ship them to you whenever you wanted...

Saverglass’ Premium Glass Bottle Design for Castle & Key’s Restoration Rye...

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Glass Packaging Reflecting Brand Values, Captivating Consumers with Innovative Design and Striking Shelf Appeal April 27th - Fairfield, California - Saverglass, the world's leading manufacturer...

Saverglass Returns as Sponsor of Napa RISE Symposium as Part of...

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Leading manufacturer and decorator of luxury wine glass bottles celebrates Earth Month with new Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi) Certification and action-based initiatives that...

Under Pressure: Behind the Battle to Lighten Champagne’s Bottle Weights

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The standard Champagne bottle — 1,250 grams at the beginning of the 20th century, has lightened considerably. The industry as a whole is continuing...

Saverglass Releases Progress in Reducing Its Carbon Footprint in the Wine...

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The Group Delivers Sustainability Commitment with New 2021-2022 Corporate Social Responsibility Report August 2nd - Fairfield, CA – Saverglass, the world's leading manufacturer specializing in...

Saverglass to Expand Its Production Capacity to Serve the High-End Liquor...

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After opening its factory only four years ago in Guadalajara, the French company Saverglass will expand its production capacity in 2023 to meet demand...

Glass Bottle Manufacturer Saverglass Is Proud to Celebrate Earth Day with...

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New and ongoing initiatives showcase why glass packaging is the sustainable choice for wine producers and distillers, the importance of social and stakeholder responsibility,...
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Afternoon Brief, March 18th

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California Cult Winemaker Walks Out on Winery: Star winemaker Heidi Peterson Barrett walks away from Kenzo Estate over the release of the 2020 reds...

Premiumization Is Shaping the Future of the Alternative Spirits Category

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Saverglass Shares Insights in Non-and-Low Alcohol Glass Bottle Packaging Innovations Napa, California - Saverglass, the world's leading manufacturer and decorator of luxury and high-end glass bottles...
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Afternoon Brief, October 15th

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California Harvests Raise Optimism Levels: In central California AVAs, the later harvest is looking good – but they're not out of the woods yet...

Saverglass Announces New Insights in Luxury Glass Packaging 

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The educational panel led by Saverglass at the 2021 ADI Conference revealed what craft distillers and spirits brands need to pay attention to premiumize...

Saverglass Announces Its Commitment to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2050

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The company releases the 2020-2021 Corporate Social Responsibility Report highlighting progress around its commitments to protecting the environment, developing its employees, and acting for...
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Afternoon Brief, April 15th

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France’s Wine Regions Start Counting the Cost of April’s Bitter Frost Damage: There’s nothing new about an April frost in France, but precocious ripening of vine buds earlier on in the growing cycle is becoming increasingly common due to global warming. Combined, the two have had a devastating effect on wine producers throughout France...
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