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With global glass shortages, rising ocean freight rates, port congestion and trucking shortages, supplies are very limited, and we are doing all we can to provide glass for your bottling needs. Here are some links which provide an insight into what our industry has been experiencing: FOX | ABC | CNBC
ABOUT WEST COAST BOTTLES
West Coast Bottles provides winemakers with the finest quality glass at wholesale prices. No winery is too small for us, nor is any challenge too complex. We are here to get you the exact bottles you need, right when you need them. With our Sacramento warehouse located right in the epicenter of California’s top wine producing counties, we are situated to quickly and thoroughly satisfy your glass needs during critical bottling seasons and throughout the year.
In addition to outstanding quality and remarkable affordability for 750ml Bordeaux and Burgundy wine bottles, we offer a variety of 1.5 Liter and 3.0 Liter large format bottles. We also stock a full complement of 200ml, 375ml and 500ml specialty bottles including those used for olive oil, vinegar, and port. Our Northern California office is available to help you with all your bottling needs and provide you with our hallmark of exceptional customer service. Welcome to WEST COAST BOTTLES – your full service glass source.
Local Wineries Concerned for Future Amid Global Supply Chain Shortages
The global supply chain breakdown has wineries figuring out how to get their wine out without affecting the costs to consumers.
New research shows glass bottles considered much more sustainable than bag-in-box
At a press conference earlier this month on Wine/Vinexpo Paris, which takes place from 14-16 February next year in the French capital, Wine Intelligence CEO Lulie Halstead revealed a series of key trends taking shape in the drinks industry.
By The Drinks Business
Surging shipping costs will drive up prices for some consumer products by 10%, new UN report finds
BEIJING — The global surge in container shipping rates could send consumer prices 1.5% higher over the next year, according to a report from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
The Weight of That Wine Bottle Doesn’t Indicate Quality, and it’s Hurting the planet
The COP26 summit began in Glasgow on Oct. 31 with dire warnings of an impending climate catastrophe if world leaders don’t agree on drastic measures to limit carbon emissions and slow the rise in global temperatures. To which a bunch of wine writers replied, “Lighten up!”
By Wall Street Journal