The Reusable Ceramic Wine Bottle
A collaboration with New Zealand ceramicist Paul Melser.
Sustainability is a growing development. One that allows us to use resources without those resources running out. It has been defined as "meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
What if within the industry you work, there were a bunch of small changes you could make that could benefit the future.
It got us thinking. What is our part to play in sustainability? How can we understand and communicate our environmental performance? Can we as a business, set goals and make steps in managing this change?
Cue the Reusable Bottle Project.
The aim was simple:
To challenge our ideas on sustainability.
The idea was simple:
A bottle that promotes re-usability.
The extras are great:
Designed and handcrafted by renowned New Zealand ceramicist Paul Melser and filled with Drummond Farm Back Block Pinot Noir.
8 months and 47 ceramic bottles later, our idea was brought to life and presented to the world.
The response was incredible. Our Ceramic Bottles sold out in a matter of months and we were onto creating our next batch.
To enhance the reusability of the ceramic bottle we've included an oil pourer to pop on after you've drunk the goods.
If you have any cool ideas, feedback or would like to collaborate, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org