Cavit White Wines Move to Screwcap Closure

Italian wine brand Cavit announced that it’s transitioning its still white wines to screwcap closures.

The range of whites includes riesling, oak zero chardonnay, moscato and pinot grigio.

Why the change? The company says that the decision to move to a different closure was based on “conclusive research” that confirmed consumers’ preference for Cavit wines with a more convenient screwcap.

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Cavit’s packaging will remain otherwise unchanged.

Importer Palm Bay International is now rolling out the Cavit whites with the screwcap closure nationwide. The suggested retail price, which hasn’t changed, is $9.99 per 750-ml. bottle and $14.99 for a 1.5 liter bottle.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Cavit has now officially dropped down into the ‘cheap’ catagory. I used to always buy Cavit as my house wine – it is now going to be replaced unfortunatey. Noone ‘Chooses” or ‘Prefers” screwcaps – Thats corporate’s way of saving money at the expense of their product and overall Brand. They just dropped into Cheap.

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