HERMA Adds to Wine Label Line

STUTTGART, GERMANY | HERMA will introduce two additions to the HERMAexquisite range of materials for wine and sparkling wine labels at Labelexpo Europe 2015, September 29–October 2, in Brussels, Belgium. 

Company says HERMAfelt white brut (316) offers label makers high opacity alongside good moisture resistance and a grained surface structure, while HERMApearly sun (330) provides a pearlescent, textile-like surface structure.

The HERMAexquisite portfolio includes 23 additional high-end label materials: textured and moisture-resistant as well as coated papers, aluminium papers, and white or transparent films.

Reportedly, optimal adhesion is ensured by its 62W multilayer adhesive, and it offers outstanding adhesive properties even in cool and damp conditions, e.g. in wine cellars, and is suitable for submersion in ice buckets. Additionally, it features the ISEGA certificate for direct contact with foodstuffs.

“HERMA has gained an excellent reputation as a problem-solver in this market segment over the last years,” says Ralf Drache, head of sales at HERMA. “More and more vineyards and sparkling wine producers, for instance, consider it very important that a high quality appearance is maintained until the bottle has been emptied. Thanks to exquisite papers, in-house development know-how, and an experienced technical service, HERMA is able to score highly in this field.

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