Jean-Charles Boisset, founder of the JCB Collection, explains: “Wine lovers increasingly want to immerse themselves with our world. They want to know how the wine is made, where it comes from – its source, and the personality behind its creation… as well as the obvious … tasting and pairing recommendations. You can’t convey this on a standard label which is where NFC tagging, made possible by Avery Dennison and SUKU, inspires a new energy and dynamic vision for our wine. Today is our first step towards the digitization of the JCB Collection, which initially we are sharing exclusively with our JCB Collectors & Connoisseurs. However, this is just the start, and their feedback will shape the experiences of more of our consumers to come in the months ahead.”
Amir Khoshniyati, head of NFC business at Avery Dennison Smartrac, adds: “We are excited to collaborate with the JCB Collection and bring the World of Jean-Charles Boisset to life using our Circus NFC Tags. NFC is standardized in all smartphones today and is utilized more than ever as we are experiencing a growing demand in the direction of going contactless post-COVID. This is a great opportunity for wine enthusiasts to grow closer to the JCB Collection and consistently push the barriers of creativity.”
Yonathan Lapchik, CEO of SUKU, shared, "We're very excited to support the Boisset Collection with our digital-ledger based supply chain transparency solution that enables this renowned wine group to share its commitment to sustainability and transparency in a deeper way with wine connoisseurs and enthusiasts. As the first wine group to grant its customers unparalleled levels of transparency into the wine's origins, the JCB Collection is cementing its position as an innovative leader in its industry."
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