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What are the most popular wine bottle shapes used to bottle ice wine? Starting up a production winery here in the Great White North.

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From what I've seen, the most popular bottle style for ice wine is Bellissima.
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Bellissima or tall hock moulds
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I realize that most suppliers recommend a 375ml size for Ice Wine.  Be caustious in using liquor bottles with heavy bases as they are more costly than an Ice Wine Bottle.  As a manufacturer we are seeing a growth in the Ice Wine market wherein the sizes and similar package styles are in demand.  My recommendation is stick with wine glass rather than crystal high flint glass unless you want to market your product as a top shelf item. Give us a call to review what your needs may be.
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The most popular bottles used for Ice Wines are 375ml in Flint, Antique Green, Dead Leaf Green or Cobalt Blue. Bordeaux or Hock style with a bar top enclosure. Many bottles are named like Bellissima, Niagara, Schubert are very similar and popular. Call me if you need any assistance in finding a bottle or getting a quote. [phone number] Enzo Raffaele-Addamo. 
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All glass manufacturers have their own proprietary molds for ice wines with their own name. At Verallia, the best fit would be our Futura 375ml bottle. 

Kind regards,
Isabelle
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Packaging Options Direct offers a flint 375 ml Ice Wine bottle starting at $24 per case. With no minimum purchase requirement you are free to order as many cases as you would like. If you are looking for larger quantities of Bellisima style bottles, you could try our sister company TricorBraun WinePak. 
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Bellisima would be most popular.  Volume size for Bellisima would be a 375ml.  Bellissima typically comes with a bar top finish.  Antique or flint (clear) color are the two main colors this mold is available in,  Watch the size of your label, panel area where label goes is very narrow.  Height range can vary from 13" to 14".
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