Glass bottles Mignon

This segment is dedicated to small sizes because the smaller the glass bottle, the more precious its content.

Mignon glass bottles, therefore small in size, are used to enhance balsamic vinegar, precious perfumes or essential oils, PDO oil, a sought-after spirit, a particular tasting or, also, to preserve collectable products. All the Mignon glass bottles are characterised by a classic and at the same time innovative design for luxury packaging capable of adding uniqueness to the product contained within.

Choose the Mignon bottle you like the most and meets your needs, for excellent preservation and noteworthy presentation of your products: spirits, liquors, oil or vinegar, perfumes or oils.

Mignon bottles - shapes and models

The Vetroelite catalogue presents Mignon bottles in various shapes and models: for example, the 40ml, traditional Renana Gran Dame, for fine spirits requiring sophisticated packaging that preserves the quality of the product and enhances fragrances. Or the Italia model whose shape - recalling Italia - makes it ideal to preserve typical liquors and spirits, linked to the traditions of a specific place.

Also discover the new Bouilotte and Cory models with a modern and innovative design, ideal containers to store small quantities of high quality products.

Check our online catalogue to choose the Mignon glass bottle most suitable to bring the uniqueness of your product to the fore; send us your requests and one of our sales staff will contact you to provide you with a personalised quote.

Mignon bottles – fun fact on their origins

The idea of putting a product in small bottles began after the First World War in France with the producers of Cognac, who decided to bottle their products in small formats, to offer as tastings to their customers.

As time went by, this practice became a trend and by now the whole world has manufacturers of liquors, spirits, and even oil, vinegar, perfumes and essential oils using these miniature containers to preserve their products, gifting the public small pearls of pleasure, not only in sensory but also aesthetic terms.

Today, Mignon bottles are often collected by enthusiasts, in particular lovers of precious liquors and spirits.