Leading the Change in the Glass Industry
ABOUT WEST COAST BOTTLES
West Coast Bottles provides winemakers, olive oil and vinegar producers, craft breweries, meaderies and food producers with the finest quality glass at wholesale prices. Our West Sacramento warehouse is uniquely situated at the epicenter of many of California’s largest wine, olive oil and food producing regions. Our central location allows for fast and cost-efficient deliveries to Napa and Sonoma, the Sierra Foothills, along with the Central Valley and Southern California.
Our high-quality and affordable bottle offerings include Bordeaux (Claret), Burgundy, Specialty, Hock, Sparkling and Olive Oil. We have many bottle sizes available, including 60ml, 200ml, 250ml, 375ml, 500ml, 750ml, 1.0L, 1.5L and 3.0L. West Coast Bottles has also been at the forefront of the transition to more Eco-Friendly, lightweight glass, particularly for 750ml Bordeaux, Burgundy and Sparkling bottles. Our dedicated supply team also facilitates shipments directly to customers, from the factory, for further cost savings and emissions reductions.
We set ourselves apart in the glass industry with our superior customer service and our vast selection of over 80 different bottle styles that are in stock all year-round. Our current and prospective customers receive same-day quotes with transparent prices—there are no added fees after order acceptance. With our glass already arriving in cartons directly from our trusted factories, we can provide exceptionally short turnaround times from order acceptance to shipment. No waiting for long repacking processes—our glass is ready to be shipped immediately. Thank you for visiting, and welcome to West Coast Bottles, your full-service glass source.
On January 5, Maersk announced that it was suspending voyages through the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden for the “foreseeable future” after the attack on the Maersk Hangzhou. After attacks on two U.S.-flagged Maersk vessels on January 24, the Maersk Detroit and Maersk Chesapeake, Maersk Line, Limited — a U.S. subsidiary of Maersk, which operates U.S.-flagged vessels independently — announced it would no longer traverse the Red Sea.
Persisting Suez Canal and Panama Canal-related supply chain delays and increased rates may see shippers and forwarders opting for air cargo. Shipping operations are currently being compromised by the need to avoid the Suez Canal due to the risk of attacks in the Red Sea, and restrictions on the Panama Canal following drought.
The world’s two largest shipping canals are facing delays and problems, threatening to snarl commodities shipping and push prices higher. Ships crossing through the Panama Canal have faced delays this year because of drought that has sent the canal’s water levels to record lows.