From the vine to their hands: Wine Bottle Boxes are a gift

By Mya L. Koch
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If you own a winery, wine bar or restaurant that prides itself on its ardent spirits, you know all the hard work that goes into that bottle. You don’t want to send it home with your customers in just any packaging. Wine bottle boxes are an elegant solution.

Better than worrying if that paper shopping bag will hold the weight of the bottle and its contents, a wine bottle box provides stability and style. They’re a great way not only for your customers to carry away a bottle or two – they’re also the perfect solution for gifting wine to friends, colleagues or customers – no matter what industry you’re in.

various sizes and colors of imported boxes

Christmas in July

I know, while you’re firing up the grill and enjoying summer nights it’s a little bit difficult to think about Christmas. But now is the time if you’re planning to gift wine — or know you’ll be selling a lot of it at the holidays for your customers who want to do the same. Wine bottle boxes are a hot item, nearly always tend to run out-of-stock long before the holiday shopping rush settles in.

A quick trip to and you can get a jump on it and avoid the low inventory problem. There, you’ll find several styles of functional and beautiful wine bottle boxes that are readily available right now.

a single bottle wine carrier box with custom logo

Handled Carrier Wine Bottle Boxes

Known for their construction and strength, these wine bottle carriers have several important features. First, there’s a handle slot strong enough to carry the bottles. Second, the front window shows off your wine label, creating a divider in the process to prevent glass hitting glass. Lastly, the bottom of each carrier is an automatic style, ensuring quick assembly.

  • They feature a laminated, high-quality finish on micro fluted corrugated cardboard
  • A die-cut handle with integrated window shows off your business logo
  • Each holds from one to four bottles of wine / spirits.
  • Beautifully designed boxes are imported from Italy. They come in colors including kraft, gold, silver and black.

Take a look at them here:

Special thanks to Refucilo Winery – friends and customers of

showing the components and construciton of a 3 bottle wine box

Imported, Corrugated Wine Bottle Boxes

Just like the handled ones, these strong wine bottle boxes are a showcase for your spirits. Coming in silver, gold, black linen – as well as snowflake and barnwood designs – they offer elegant style and can carry one or two bottles, depending upon which you choose.

With many of the same features as listed above for the handled boxes, some of the finishes mean they’re also recyclable and compostable, too. Easy to put together, they ship flat to save you on shipping costs and storage space, and require just folding flaps for easy assembly.

Just remember when you’re at to click on one and take a closer look at all of the specifications, which do vary between color and style.

Take a look:

That personal touch

Perhaps the best thing about our wine bottle boxes and carriers is that you can customize them to show off your business name, brand or even a special holiday wish. Your logo or special message can easily be added, making that gift or takeaway bottle all the more special.

Here’s how to get started:

So no matter which style you choose, you’ll be offering your customers, clients or friends a beautifully packaged bottle of wine or spirits that you can feel good about sending off with them.

Mya L Koch is a Sales Order Specialist for who has vast experience as a journalist, writer and editor for publications such as The Wilmington Star-News and Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, where she managed staffs of young writers and photographers and helmed daily, monthly and annual publications seen throughout the region. Her writings have been published in magazines, newspapers and most recently in a hard-cover book for the national Bring Music Home initiative. She has extensive experience as an editor, manager and in retail sales. She welcomes your ideas and suggestions for her blog post as part of the BABCOR Packaging / team.

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