Gianfranco Vicini, director of product development at Pusterla 1880, said that the company decided on a so-called crash lock bottom box.

“It can be designed to hold either one or two bottles, although the one-bottle solution remains the most commonly used,” he explained.

Vicini said Pusterla 1880 used Incada Silk paperboard for the Ferrari Spumante packaging because of its consistent thickness and reliability, as well as its excellent whiteness and optical properties.

Incada is also ideally suited for creasing and folding over a range of settings and offers flawless printability,” he stated.


Customer: Cantine Ferrari

Designer: Robilant & Associati S.P.A.

Material: Incada Silk 220 g/m² 

Printing technique: 4-colour offset

Finishing options: UV gloss varnish, hot-foil stamping and embossing/debossing, plastic lamination

Printer: Pusterla 1880 S.P.A.


Created 5 June, 2015.