A rosé wine bottle is perfect for sunny days: fresh, light and fruity! For a long time, rosé was considered a second choice wine. But this is no longer the case today. The rosé winemaking of yesteryear has been completely revolutionised and is now more popular than ever!
Rosé and society
World consumption of rosé has risen from 18.3 million hectolitres in 2002 to 25.6 million hectolitres in 2018, an increase of 40%! The countries of Western Europe, historical producers of wine, and the United States are the largest consumers of rosé in the world according to the World Rosé Observatory.
Rosé wine remains one of the most powerful and ambitious trends in the wine segment. Indeed, the profile of rosé wines has won over consumers around the world. Rosé is intended for lighter, more carefree drinking occasions. If you think of a glass of rosé wine, you immediately think of summer, sunshine, calm and joie de vivre. That’s why more and more wine producers are offering high-quality rosé wine to satisfy their customers and attract a new clientele: millennials.
The rise of rosé wine in Switzerland
Good news: Switzerland is also following this trend where rosé wine is gaining in popularity! The latest statistics show that rosé wine is growing steadily in our country. With 4.3 million litres sold in 2018, bottles of Swiss rosé wine now account for 15% of Swiss wine sales in the supermarkets surveyed by the Swiss Wine Market Observatory (OSMV). A success which, according to Changins, could boost the consumption of Swiss wines and become a gateway to the world of wine for the younger generation. “In Switzerland, the climatic conditions are right for making great rosés and your grape varieties, Pinot Noir and Gamay in particular, lend themselves very well to this,” Elizabeth Gabay, master of wine, who has also written a reference book on rosé, “Understanding the pink wine revolution”, told Le Nouvelliste.
Which rosé wine bottles are the most popular with consumers?
With more than 35 years of experience in the distribution of glass packaging, Univerre knows how to decipher the latest trends in glass bottles. Rosé wine bottles are always very elegant and original. Their transparency allows the wine to express its splendid colour. Without traditional paper labels, the bottles become an innovative design object with an ideal surface for telling its story. Also, the unusual shapes are particularly effective, as is the relief printing which offers an incomparable tactile experience.
Which rosé wine bottle to choose?
Of course, clear glass wine bottles are the best. Many winemakers are opting for new designs or reliefs for their rosé wine bottles, which are completely tailored to the young target audience.
Satin white bottles are currently particularly popular for rosé wine.
Consumers prefer bottles with an unusual structure and shape. These two rosé wine bottles are therefore ideal:
If you prefer a more traditional approach, you may like these wine bottles:
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Rosé wine bottles that meet the current trend
Be creative and give your rosé wine bottles a whole new lease of life. Thanks to Univerre’s different printing options, you can make your rosé wine bottle stand out from the crowd.
Univerre offers you various printing techniques for your glass or drinking glass packaging. When we look at purchasing habits, we see that sight, touch and sound play an important role in increasing the sale of your products. With the various printing techniques, Univerre offers you the perfect solution for each product.
Personalised wine bottle for Cave Corbassière
In 2021, The Premium Rosé presents its new screen-printed bottle with a new original 5dl format to complete its range of Magnum bottles. The idea of a 100% Valaisan and limited Rosé was born one summer evening during an aperitif with Arthur, the founder of the food truck “Le Frisé Gourmet” and his friend Kevin Gillioz. The Cave Corbassière was able to develop the much sought-after rosé thanks to these sunny hillsides. They thought it would be nice and aesthetic to engrave the label on the 5dl bottles to reuse them as a vase for your flowers or as a carafe at home. An idea for a personalised gift to remember! To discover here.
Personalised wine bottle for Domaine des Crêtes
Located in the heart of the Valais, in Noës/Sierre, the Domaine des Crêtes vineyard offers a unique terroir ideal for producing wines of character. Also a pioneer in the use of SPS (synthetic product-free) treatments, their idea is to produce wines that are ever more in tune with nature. Just like their bottle of rosé wine with its lemon and grapefruit aromas that ensure great freshness. The “Reflet rose” bottle is entirely screen-printed with the estate’s logo innovatively printed on the front. On the back of the bottle are eye-catching pictograms that speak perfectly to the new generation. To discover here.
Personalised wine bottle for Maison Gilliard
This semi-sweet Rosé offers a very pleasant light mellowness, the unmistakable signature of Maison Gilliard’s Porte de Novembre. Now available in a Magnum bottle screen-printed with an incomparable copper-gold effect! The wine and its personalised bottle are modern while respecting authenticity and tradition. To discover here.
Personalised wine bottle for Clos du Château
The Clos du Château rosé wine bottle lives up to its name “Pink Diamond”. With a screen-printed personalisation, Lionel and Nathalie Dugerdil’s bottle is original while remaining sober and modern. This Swiss organic rosé wine will seduce you with its nose of raspberry, grapefruit and peach. To discover here.
Personalised wine bottle for Parfum de Vigne
The Pinot Noir, the king of grape varieties, available in a rosé is called Œil de Perdrix. Jean-Jacques Steiner, winegrower and winemaker at Parfum de Vigne, offers it in a magnificent screen-printed bottle. The printing has a traditional look, with real finesse that enhances the rosé wine. The cool nights and warm, sunny days of September give it a lively, frisky aroma and a generous sensation of ripe fruit. To discover here.
Personalised wine bottle for Cave des Rois
The Grognuz brothers of the Cave des Rois also present in their range a Rosé of Pinot Noir. The bottle of rosé wine is screen-printed in 3 colours (white, red and imitation gold) for a superb enhancement of the Oeil-de-Perdrix of the Domaine des Evouettes A.O.C. Valais. Perfect for your summer aperitifs! To discover here.
Rosé wine even has a festival!
In France, Cannes hosts the “Pink Rosé Festival” every year. During the festival, participants have the opportunity to vote for their favourite bottle. These awards show that the majority of consumers prefer the most innovative and extraordinary wine bottles. UA great success for the label-free bottles with their colourful design!
The winners of 2020 are the following:
- Inspiration – Maison Gabriel Meffre
- Rumeurs – Château de l’Escarcelle
- Lampe de Méduse – Château Sainte Roseline
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