“Tradition with a new face: Godfather at the naming of the trademark wines of the winery Korell (three grapes in Gault-Millau) was the arms animal of the more than 500-year-old wine dynasty of the Nahe - Leu. The old, harmonious poetic name of the lion contrasts the clear and distinctive bottle design of yellow on black.
The agency Die Medienagenten, is specialized in wine marketing and developed a trilogy of “distinctive trademark wines”, which adds a new experimental mark to the classic collection.
The label is reduced to three essential messages: vintage, grape type and of course trademark name. However, the three trademark wines are distinguishable on first sight. With the fresh, mineral Riesling, the old Leu from the arms turns into a male lion with a distinctive mane. The lioness stands for the rather fine and versatile wine Burgundy and the Cuvee from both wines is correctly shown as a small lion on the label”
Source :: Lovely Package
Quarter Group is a Brazilian design agency specializing on package design, corporative identity and point-of-purchase communication.
The Quarter Group’s goal is to achieve high creative quality in every job, always focusing in effective sales results and brand building.
The Stelczyck wine label design is one their latest works.
The release is the consequence of the growing "winery" business in Brazil. The label was designed for a small producer who was searching on the design the same artisan care used in his wines.
Source :: www.popsop.com
Think cheap Tiki torches are tacky? Want something a bit sturdier and with more refined looks? Use this simple tutorial to turn recycled wine bottles into swanky bug-repelling outdoor lighting.
Gerardot & Co., a design and marketing agency, put together a tutorial on recycling wine bottles into mounted torches. The design is ingeniously simple, and requires only a few bucks worth of parts from your local hardware store. You’ll need a few copper fittings, a bolt, a few nuts, and a mounting plate, along with a standard torch wick and some oil.
Assuming you’ve got the bottles on hand, or some friends willing to down a few for a good cause, for under $50 you could outfit a sizable yard with wine-torches. Torches, we might add, that have a sizable 750ml reservoir to them burning bright, no matter how late your dinner parties last.
By Jason Fitzpatrick | Source :: Lifehacker
Taittinger champagne has changed its label design for the first time during 50 years. The aim was to make differentiation between six champagne varieties easier for the consumer.
Labels are becoming smaller and the Taittinger branding is made more visible. The front labels will have colour codes and the back labels will have champagne information and tasting notes.
Source :: www.popsop.com
Designed by Zorzo Design Estratégico for Miolo Wine Group.
By Andrew Gibbs | Source :: www.thedieline.com