When most people think about purchasing wine, they think about ease and convenience. Unless you're a dedicated collector, wine is generally an impulse purchase that should be conducted with ease and simplicity. However, wine sales also come with some specific challenges, including the best way to secure bottles after they leave your store.
Below, you'll find a guide to some of the benefits of using paper wine bags in your store. While it may seem like a trivial concern, it's important that your customers remain confident that your products are well protected and easy to transport. The bags you choose go a long way towards promoting those goals and keeping customers happy.
Even the finest wines in the world are typically held in very delicate vessels. Wine bottles are designed to promote proper aging and respiration of your wine, but as a result, there are weak spots in the glass that can be particularly susceptible to fracture if your bags were to fail.
Paper bags have an inherent strength and resiliency that should make their failure extremely unlikely. Whereas plastic bags rip and tear very easily and often at the most inconvenient times, paper bags should allow your customers the confidence of knowing they can safely transport their wine without worrying about a sudden incident.
American culture has been inundated for years with images of wildlife struggling to adapt to plastic being introduced to their environment. Paper bags are biodegradable, have a negligible impact as part of compost, and will not provide the same kinds of negatives that come with excessive plastic.
Modern paper bags are also often constructed from recycled materials. This provides an additional layer of environmental consciousness. If your store sells wine in extremely high volumes, making environmentally responsible choices with your packaging can truly make a measurable impact on your local environment.
Cushioning a bottle of wine, displaying it properly, and displaying your store's branding are all challenges that can be very difficult to complete with plastic bags. Paper bags, on the other hand, can be made to be very narrow and long, guaranteeing that your wine bottle's unique shape will be protected. You can also order bags that have your store's logo and contact information clearly printed on the side, allowing anyone who sees your bags to have an idea of the quality and variety of wines that are available at your store.Share