Napa, Calif. (PRWEB) July 23, 2009
Etched Images™, Napa Valley's premier wine bottle etching and painting company, announced today that their distinctive and artistically stunning wine bottles are now featured on RussianRiverTV. The in-depth video showcases the dedication and attention to detail that has made Etched Images the leaders in wine bottle artistry.
The beautifully shot video, entitled "Big Bottles," is filmed and narrated by photographer and wine aficionado Bob Barclay. The detailed segment, which can be viewed at http://www.viddler.com/explore/bobbarclay/videos/20/, thoroughly explains the precision, concentration, and intricate care that go into creating these fine works of art.
"Etched Images has a long-standing tradition of offering a true, one-of-a-kind wine experience for corporations, wineries, and more," said Stu McFarland, President and Co-founder of Etched Images. "Bob Barclay's fantastic video flawlessly shows the artistic value of our company and the painstaking processes that go into every bottle."
"The video 'Big Bottles' features the stunning scenery and insightful commentary that RussianRiverTV viewers have come to expect," said Bob Barclay, artist and professional photographer. "The beautiful wine bottles that Etched Images creates - paired with the intriguing stories from wineries that commission these works of art - make for a sensory-loaded video which both informs and entertains."
Etched Images provides a full suite of custom services, including:
- Replicating winery label art on both full and empty bottles of wine
- Etching is done on bottles of any size, from .375ml up to 27L
- Hand-crafted bottles are ideal for gift-giving, donating to charities, as well as selling online, in tasting rooms, and to wine club members
- Bottle Blackening: simulates a full bottle of wine, making it a cost-effective marketing tool for wineries
- NoChip Dip™: creates distinctive, shiny wax capsule on bottles of wine
About Etched Images
Etched Images, the premier wine bottle etching and painting company of Napa Valley, creates hand-etched and painted wine bottles for corporations, wineries, and more. For additional information, please visit http://www.etchedimages.com.