CFI Mobile Bottling Joins Glopak Wine & Spirits as Official Distribution Partner
Glopak has partnered with William Stiles of CFI Mobile Bottling to help bring more bottles and more services to our customers in Kentucky and surrounding states. CFI is a mobile bottling line designed to service the 75+ wineries in Kentucky, as well as the 500+ wineries in the surrounding states.
Mobile bottling is a flexible and economical choice for small to medium size vineyards. Now you can purchase your wine bottles and arrange for bottling through a single point of contact using CFI Mobile Bottling.
CFI Mobile Bottling Service Details & Costs:
Average cost of $3.00 per case of twelve 750ml wine bottles
No Mileage fees within Kentucky or surrounding states (MO, IL, IN, OH, WV, VA, TN, NC)
Discounts offered to vineyards who can supply their own power
Glopak Wine & Spirit bottles can be ordered and supplied through CFI
CFI’s bottling manager Richard Latz, and owner William Stiles, are packaging engineers with over 50 years of combined beverage packaging experience.
To discuss your needs or obtain a quote, email WmStilesCFI@outlook.com , call (502) 461-9320 or visit www.CFIWINE.com
About CFI Mobile Bottling
We have our own Vineyard & Winery, so we understand your concerns about having someone else bottle your prized wines. The custom built trailer built specifically for Mobile Bottling Operations. CFI knows that Flexibility is a key to serving small wineries’ packaging needs. We are equipped to bottle 375ml, 750ml Bordeaux, Burgundy or Hock classic wine bottles, as well as 1.5 Liter bottles.
The cases are emptied onto a bottle conveyor, bottles are filled using a 9-spout filler, then nitrogen topping is applied to each bottle of wine before inserting a cork, or applying a 30 x 60 mm Aluminum roll-on closure.
The wine maker can choose between a number of corks, Natural, 1+1, Micro agglomerate, or synthetic corks. We can apply either a shrink capsule or a Poly-lam spin-on capsule over the cork. We apply face and back Pressure Sensitive (PS) labels to each bottle, note labels must meet our equipment requirements.
The bottling line ends with an inspection of each bottle as they are hand packed back into the cases before being sent through our case sealer.