This wine can was winner of the 2006 Swedish packaging design award. It was designed by Jens Andersson and Jonas Forsman and it is notable as an easily recycled single serve can. The design is certainly different from its category, with a hint of wine bottle in the form, but a matte black with pared down graphics. The design is in prototype stage and is available for use for any winemaker. It would be interesting to see it with a range of graphic treatments.
Sonoma is rocky coastlines, lush pastures, majestic redwoods, lazy rivers, sun washed vineyards, a town, a valley, a mountain, a county and a state of mind. Sonoma Vineyards wine is … all the freshness, fun and beauty of this place expressed through its fruit and captured in a bottle.
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I came across this amazing dieline structure from Moet & Chandon Champagne of France. The structure folds completely flat, yet when assembled, it has multi-dimensional curves. I don’t know if this dieline is patented (some dielines are under patent or patent pending) so I’m not advocating to copy this, but you can certainly gain appreciation for the design of a multi-dimensional curved folding box.
The package contains two tiny bottles of Moet rose, and two mini flutes meant to fit into the bottles so you could drink out of the bottle yet still feel civilized.
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According to Zachary Harris, The Black Winer strives to expose African Americans [and others] to wines, without the flair, stuffiness, and airs of elitism and snobbery that you get from sommeliers and high level wine enthusiasts. He believes in finding something that you like the taste of, outside of the basic brands that you have been force-fed over the years through a combination of ethnically targeted advertising, and what people in your family have historically been drinking.