Prima collection for wines, the new 100% recycled glass bottles

WHY NOT HAVE A WINE THAT BREATHES NATURE?

The PRIMA Collection is here!

Nobody questions the quality of a grape for a slight difference in shape next to another one from the same plant. Let’s accept small irregularities that can connect us to a more craft and natural world without losing any perceived quality and without compromising functional aspects.

The Prima designs are organic, natural and eco

Contemporary old natural style language in industrial glass bottles with conceptual, visual and tactile attributes that are instantly recognisable as unique and a more sustainable packaging option for real brands.

The Prima bottles are unique and asymmetrical

An object of which the geometry is irregular projects a different elevation each time it is observed from a different angle or point of view. Therefore, the object (or glass wine bottle in this case) looks different each time when it does not have a symmetrical form.

Non-perfect, patented asymmetric bottles that reproduce the shapes of the first industrialised bottles. A quality that grants movement and individuality to each of our bottles.

Up to 100% Post Consumer Recycled glass content

We work only with the industrial furnaces with the highest percentage of PCR (Post Consumer Recycled) glass on the market. Wild Glass bottles are not exquisite and accept all types of recovered glass.

Contact us to discover more about the Prima Collection.

See also

Recycled glass for sustainable bottles

Glass is an almost infinite material. It can be used time and time again to produce sustainable bottles or packaging, as well as an array of ornaments, windows or even art pieces. Using recycled glass means making the most of it and seeking the continuous reincarnation of this material through a wide variety of objects. Using very little energy, recycled glass is reborn and rebuilt to give life to a great variety of elements that help us organize and decorate our homes.

  • Jo Webb
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  • Created 13 Oct 2021
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