KinsBrae Packaging Introduces New PortaVino Aluminum Wine Bottle in Personal Size, Resealable Format
Cambridge, Ont., Canada, Oct. 22, 2019 – KinsBrae Packaging Inc. is proud to introduce the PortaVino aluminum wine bottle at the Ontario Craft Brewers Conference in Niagara Falls Oct. 28-30, 2019.
The KinsBrae PortaVino is a personal size, resealable aluminum bottle designed specifically for wine. With its elegant silhouette and convenient 250 ml volume, the PortaVino bottle provides ultimate versatility for the on-the-go lifestyles of today’s wine drinkers – easily slipping into a bag or backpack for a day at the pool, the spa, the beach, the golf course or for casual entertaining at home.
“Wine in cans is rapidly gaining popularity with annual sales projected to reach $70 million in 2019 in the U.S.,” said Shawn Bonnick, President of KinsBrae Packaging.
“As a proud, family-owned Ontario company, we’re very excited to help Canada’s leading wineries seize this market opportunity by offering an innovative, personal size, resealable format for their products that combines all the advantages of an aluminum can with the shelf appeal and versatility of a beautifully designed bottle.”
The KinsBrae PortaVino wine bottle in super-lightweight aluminum has several key advantages over traditional glass bottles, including:
- Aluminum bottles are easy to handle, inexpensive to ship, and infinitely recyclable for lower costs and a lower carbon footprint
- Elegant super-slim design, plus limitless possibilities for labelling with KinsBrae custom sleeving, provide premium shelf appeal and maximize the amount of product on a given shelf space
- Lightweight and unbreakable aluminum bottle fits easily in a bag or backpack and goes places glass bottles cannot including poolside, camping, the spa or golf course
- Resealable top and convenient 250 ml size is the perfect complement to a quiet dinner on one’s own, yet generous enough to share with a friend
“Consumer habits are changing and the KinsBrae PortaVino aluminum bottle is designed to help Canada’s wine industry respond to this trend and stay ahead of the curve,” said Bonnick. “It’s a refined yet unpretentious format that fits today’s on-the-go lifestyles and makes wine fun and accessible to a new generation of wine drinkers.”