What to Look For in Wine Packaging Boxes

By: Mya Koch
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For so many of us – and our customers – great spirits can be the final ingredient to a perfect night. A good bottle of wine can make all the difference. Just like you wouldn’t slap any old label on any old bottle, you wouldn’t use just any box to package it in. There are many wine packaging boxes on the market, so it can be difficult to know which one to choose. Here’s what to look for in wine packaging boxes, along with some tips on selecting the right one.

refucilo wine bottle Why is Wine Packaging So Important To My Business?

There’s a reason why food packaging is such an important business, with so many people fighting for your attention, your awareness –  and your money. Food packaging must not only be useful; it needs to be attractive, too – and a few other things you might not have thought of.

We can look to the master of marketing himself, Steve Jobs, for a lesson on the importance of making sure every aspect of a product – from its price to its design – must reflect the intrinsic quality of the product itself. “We may have the best product, the highest quality, the most useful software etc.; if we represent them in a slipshod manner, they will be perceived as slipshod; if we present them in a creative, professional manner, we will impute the desired qualities,” Jobs has said.

Jobs used the term “impute,” which is the process by which an impression of a product is formed by mentally transferring the characteristics of the communicating media to the product.

If you’ve ever opened an Apple product, then you already know the profound impact the right packaging can have on purchasing choices. This holds true whether you are in the business of selling tech products or top-shelf wines.

custom wine boxesDo Wine Packaging Boxes Make My Wine Look Good?

When it comes to wine packaging boxes, presentation matters. A wine box is more than just a container; it’s an extension of your brand. It needs to protect your wine and keep it safe from damage during transport, but it also needs to look good doing it.

Think about the last time you were in a store and you saw a wine box that caught your eye. It might have been the color, the design or the way it was displayed. Whichever it was, you stopped, looked and maybe even purchased the wine inside.

Now think about the last time you were in a store and you saw a wine box that looked like it was made out of cardboard and duct tape. It probably didn’t make you want to buy the wine.

With boxes such as the wine presentation boxes from, you can have the best of both worlds: a box that looks good and protects your wine.

The wine presentation boxes by are made out of high-quality materials, like cardboard and kraft paper, and they’re designed to protect your vintage. They’re also easy to assemble, so you can get your wine from the store to your customers’ homes without damage.

And because they’re made out of high-quality materials, they have appeal to your potential buyers. The wine presentation boxes by come in a variety of colors and designs, so you can find one that fits your brand. And if you want to take your wine presentation to the next level, you can add a custom logo or branding.

How Does This Product Protect My Wine?

A good wine packaging box will not just look great, it will do a good job protecting your product, too. Here are some of the features you’re going to want to keep an eye out for:

How Thick is the Material?

The thicker the material, the better it will be at protecting your wine.

Does it Keep the Wine Secure?

You’re going to want a wine packaging box that can prevent bumps and breaks, and reduces that hair-raising “clinking” noise that bottles make when they knock against each other.

Is it Constructed For Stability?

In addition to a sturdy, durable material, a good wine packaging box will have features such as locking tabs and sturdy bottoms to keep the bottles stable and safe.

Wine packaging boxes from MrTakeOutBags have all of these features and more.

4 and 6 pack wine carriersWhat Types of Wine Packaging Boxes Are There?

The presentation box is the first and most common type of wine packaging box. These wine packaging boxes are designed to be used for special occasions, like weddings or anniversaries. Those available at are made out of high-quality cardboard and come in a variety of colors and designs. These boxes lay flat and have a flat top. They feature separator inserts, too, to keep the wine safe and secure.

And remember, they’re a fantastic option for your company’s special product promotions or holiday gift presentations, too – no matter if you’re in the wine industry, banking, law and so much more.

A wine carrier box is used for wine that will be transported, like when you’re going to a picnic or taking a bottle to a friend’s house. These boxes have locking handles and are made to stand up and be carried. The wine carrier boxes from come in a variety of colors and designs, too, and are fully customizable.

What if you want to transport more than one bottle? Not a problem with a 4-6 bottle carrier box  – a box that’s made with the same care for beauty and functionality as the other options you’ll see here.

If you’re looking for reusable bags to replace plastic and other types of bags meant to be repurposed, take a look at some reusable wine totes. They do the job and won’t contribute to clogging up a landfill.

With the quality of materials, appealing looks and protective properties, the variety of wine presentation boxes and wine carrier boxes from has you covered. Give us a call and ask about putting your special touch onto these fantastic products. Salut!

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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