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Pack design gives new wine unforgettable shape to stand out on shelf

November 1, 2012
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Stacked Wines LLC was conceived by a team who sought a stylish, portable and recyclable packaging solution for informal wine consumption that offers quality taste, simple style and ultra convenience. The team envisioned a practical and easily-stored four-pack of stemless wine glasses that vertically stack to form the equivalent of one full 750ml bottle of wine. Stacked Wines approached R&D/Leverage to achieve this vision. R&D/Leverage brought the creators’ dream to life and delivered a manufacturable design with a snap-together feature that was a key to enhanced consumer and trade functionality. Each individual serving communicates the look and feel of a real wine glass and delivers the durability of plastic. A foil seal preserves the wine’s freshness within each single serving and the overwrap delivers brand messaging and consumer product information.

Package Design: R&D/Leverage, www.rdleverage.com

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