There are different key moments in the opening of a bottle of wine: cut and remove part of the capsule, corkscrew support, clean extraction, pour when serving, without dripping, etc.
It's easy to use the new mouth Sommelier, you don't need to change anything!
- Same capsule
- Same cork
- Same velocity on production
- Adaptable to standard bottles
- Same bottle height
- Same bottle weight
3 unique benefits
The new mouth Sommelier offers us 3 unique benefits to get an improvement both esthetic and functional for wine bottles:
- Guided, unambiguous and always-perfect cut rail
- Anti-drip ring
- Unique silhouette
The Sommelier groove guides the cutting edge, facilitating the cutting of the capsule. The result is a clean and straight cut. Unlike the other mouth standards, the cut rail is unambiguous and guided. In addition, Sommelier works as an anti-drip barrier.
Sommelier mouth has a continuous neck and mouth, resulting in a cleaner and more essential silhouette. In some cases, the neck also will be thicker, characteristic of bottles of higher rank and price.
Estal presents the following glass bottle models for wine, with Sommelier mouth: ALTIV, EMBLE M, SIGNO y GRAN SIGNO. See these glass wine bottles in the product catalog.
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Make a Mark is a three-year collaboration platform created to accelerate creative and technological innovation in wine and spirits packaging and provide brand owners with a preview of the future packaging design trends. The goal is to stimulate the designers’ creativity with a special focus on luxury and sustainability. The resulting glass bottle projects have been developed by Estal.
Specialists in customized glass projects
For more than 25 years Estal has been specialist in premium solutions for the packaging world, thanks to being passionate about design and the challenges involved in creating new solutions. Discover how your brand can leverage the benefits of a custom glass product.
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The wine bottle that stands out
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The sustainable packaging age
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The Sommelier Wine Bottle from Estal continues to evolve thanks to new design proposals, bringing greater value to the most prestigious and exclusive international brands. This has given rise to the Sommelier Bold Bordeaux Bottle, which is more robust and has more personality than its sister bottles. The Sommelier Bold is here to win over the most demanding audiences and has turned the Sommelier bottle into an authentic work of art.
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We can create a positive home experience by creating a warm and welcoming space, with personal touches and meaningful memories. These, as always, should go hand in hand with a feeling of comfort, along with shades of colour that make us feel good and an aroma with which to identify …
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