The paper bottle revolution set to change the world
The UK’s no.1 premium vodka Absolut, will be rolling out its prototype Absolut Paper Bottle from late January. The prototype is the brand’s first step to achieving a fully bio-based bottle able to contain spirits. Made up of 57% paper and 43% recycled plastic, the bottle that can be successfully recycled after use.The project is a collaborative initiative with the Paboco, a pioneer community which includes a number of industry leaders in the FMCG sector.
Following your dreams and drinking deeply of life
Peter Althaus searched the world for a vineyard to produce Bordeaux-inspired
wines and settled on the Coal River Valley in Hobart in 1989.
An ex-IBM executive, and Founder of the Swiss wine-tasting association,
Peter had an extra-ordinary palate.
And within years Peter was producing award-winning wines like a wooded
Sauvignon Blanc that Halliday would describe as the best in the world.
The highly intelligent, intense, quietly spoken, and humble man produced some
of the greatest wines Australia has ever known.
Through Domaine-A, his memory will live on, as will his legacy of following
your dreams and drinking deeply of life.
Ed Carr is what the dictionary means when it defines legend. Founding House of Arras in northern Tasmania 25 years ago, he has won nearly 100 trophies and over 200 gold medals for his sparkling wines. Ed is the world's only non-Champagne winemaker awarded the lifetime achievement award by the Champagne and Sparkling Wine World ChampionshipsAnd now his EJ Carr Late Disgorged 2004 has been named sparkling wine of the year in Decanter magazine. House of Arras beat global superpowers like Krug and Bollinger to take the crown of world's best. Australian-made wines are the best in the world.