Monvera Glass Décor Expands Full Service Bottle Etching Department
Monvera Glass Décor, a provider of screen printed labels to the wine, spirits, beverage and food industry, has expanded to a new full service bottle etching facility at the company’s current location in Point Richmond. Existing and new customers can have their bottles etched and painted in addition to screen printing on bottles. Glass bottles can now be etched with a label, a logo or even a corporate name. Each bottle is individually hand etched and then hand painted with the chosen artwork. The process is suitable for small and large production runs and for all bottle types including large format bottles ranging from 1.5L to 27L in size.
Caitriona Anderson, Monvera’s VP of Sales & Marketing notes, “Many of our customers need etching services in addition to printing on bottles. This is something we’ve wanted to offer for a long time and we’re extremely happy to be in a position to do so now. An etched wine bottle can serve many functions such as a gift at a special event or charity auction, anniversary or holiday celebrations and wine club promotions. Etched bottles that are blackened, to give the appearance of being full, are generally finished off with a colored wax for the neck. They can be used for many purposes such as for tasting room decorations, displays at promotional events and at partner restaurants. Wineries should consider how they are marketing themselves and how etched bottles can be a part of their tool kit.”
About Monvera Glass Décor:
Monvera provides a range of bottle decoration and paperless label solutions to the wine, spirits, beverage and food market segments. Clients include Charles Krug, Honig Vineyard and Winery, and Boisset Family Estates. In addition, Monvera offers screen printed wine glasses in collaboration with it’s various partners. To learn more about Monvera visit www.monvera.com.