OneGlassWine manufactures assembles and sells lines for the bottling of wine and alcohol in ready-to-drink (RTD) glasses. This technology guarantees the preservation of the original organoleptic qualities of wine, both in terms of taste and aroma.
Today, six patents protect the concept of OGW RTD glass. This innovative concept has no equivalent in the market today. Our Research and Development department is dedicated to the constant improvement of this technology.
When innovation is put at the service of quality. We work for and with our customers to provide the best solution possible in terms of packaging of wine and spirits, specific adjustments on packaging or in developing new shapes and forms of containers in order to meet their volume and design requirements.
OneGlassWine was born out of the desire to bring new solutions for packaging of wine, using market niches where it did not exist.
Present in France since 2004, OGW technology is continuously expanding, it first started exporting in 2009, opening a subsidiary on the west coast of the United States and reinforcing its position back in 2010 by establishing itself in New Zealand.
We strive to offer the best quality possible, OGW does not neglect any aspect of the wine. Find out more about the OGW product features below:
Respect for Wine | Quality preserved
The wine does not undergo any transformation or manipulation, nor specific work. It is packaged at room temperature. No additives or preservatives are required.
Wine transfer | No oxidation
The wine circuit between the tank and the container is maintained under inert gas. The wine is protected from ambient air. This process guarantees, during this phase, a dissolved oxygen supply of less than 0.5 mg/liter.
Balance | Wine stability
OneGlassWine mastered the unique balance between liquid and gas therefore stabilizing the CO2 level in wine up to 850mg/liter. All wines, even more delicate wines such as rosés and vins de primeur, can be put under vacuum conditions while preserving its original freshness as first designed by the winegrower.
Inerting | Optimal Conservation
The inerting of the headspace is carried out under neutral gas. The mixture is specially calculated according to the characteristics of each wine, in order to guarantee a balance over time. The headspace contains a residual oxygen level of les than 0.5%. The wine is not oxidized. The equipment, which is necessary for this inerting operation is covered by specific patents.
Sealing | Easy Opening
OneGlassWine technology uses a conduction heat-sealing method to ensure sealed, durable and easily peelable sealing. The components used allow easy opening by the consumer. Totally waterproof, the glass can be carried in a bag or a pocket without any worry.
Vacuum | Hermetic
The oxygen is flushed from each container. Thanks to the hollow seal, the operator can easily identify a defective product at the end of the line. When opening a glass, an air intake noise can be heard which is a sign of a good quality air-tight sealed container. The customer can appreciate the quality of the packaging by the noise emitted and the hollow seal, a sign of quality not present today in other wine containers.
Drinking | Pleasant experience
The thin edges of the glass are designed for a pleasant drinking experience after opening. They are modeled to accept a heat-sealing lid, guarantee a durable seal and a good peelability.
The packaging process associated with the qualities of the OGW containers allows an optimal use-by date of more than 10 months.
Container | Innovative approach
All containers have been developed specifically to fit OneGlassWine technology. They are the outcome of years of research, which resulted in a totally transparent yet rigid glass, which allows a long conservation of the wine.
Container | Recyclable
With its PET material, the container is 100% recyclable, with a low carbon footprint.
Container | Rigid and Transparent
The chosen technology allows a wide choice of shape combining the rigidity and total transparency of the container. This favors the appreciation of the wine appearance, as well as a pleasant grip. The wide openings will ensure the same tasting experience as the one we would have with a regular wine glass made out of crystal.